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Records of the Second Church of Berwick, Me. 



[Oct. 



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RECORDS OF THE SECOND CHURCH 
OF BERWICK, ME., 1755-1857 

Copied by Mrs. Makietta Frances (Stact) Hilton of Belmont, Man. 

[Concluded from page 230] 

[Baptisms of Females, continued] 

Mary dau. of Joshua <fc Judith Grant. 

Rachel dau. of Joshua <t Judith Grant. 

Sarah dau. of William <fe Dorcas Gubtail. 

Dorcas dau. of William <fc Dorcas Gubtail. 

Molly dau. of William & Dorcas Gubtail. 

Alley dau. of William <fc Dorcas Gubtail. 

Jerusha dau. of John <fe Jerusha Hanscom. 

Sarah dau. of John & Susanna Murray, ofTered by her. 

Susanna dau. of John & Susanna Murray, ofTered by her. 

Persis dau. of Matthew & Elizabeth Merriam. 

Sophia dau. of William & Elizabeth Frost. 

Abigail Hanson, adult, baptized on profession. 

Hannah Herrick, dau. of Joshua <fc Abigail Smith. 

Hannah dau. of Joshua & Judith Grant. 

Ollive dau. of Humphrey & Ollive Lord. 

Sarah, dau. of Joseph <fc Lydia Chick. 

Mary dau. of Richard & Hannah Whidden. 

Molly dau. of George & Molly Rogers. 

Temperance dau. of Joseph & Elizabeth Brewster. 

Nancy dau. of Joseph <fe Elizabeth Brewster. 

Margaret dau. of Samuel & Margaret Hooper. 

Mary dau. of Benjamin <fc Mary Gubtail, offered[by her. 

Betty dau. of Benjamin <fc Mary Gubtail. 

Sarah dau. of Benjamin & Mary Gubtail. 

Olive dau. of Benjamin & Mary Gubtail. 

Love, dau. of Humphrey & Olive Lord. 

Joanna dau. of Jonathan & Joanna Ross. 

Hannah dau. of John & Molly Abbott. 

Dorcas dau. of Jehn *fc Molly Abbott. 

Esther dau. of John & Molly Abbott. 

Dolly dau. of John <fc Molly Abbott. 

Abigail dau. of Charles & Sarah Libbey. 

Lois dau. of Moses & Kezia Butler. 

Phebe dau. of John <fc Mary Witherill. 

Dorcas dau. of Nathaniel <fc Hannah Gubtail. 

Johanna dau. of Elisha & Johanna Andrews. 

Anna dau. of Elisha & Johanna Andrews. 

Olive dau. of Benjamin ft Mary Gubtail. 

Jane dau. of John <fc Jane Brock. 

Betsey dau. of Samuel & Abigail Clark. 

Mary dau. of Daniel <fe Elizabeth Emery. 

Patty dau. of Joseph <fc Lydia Chick. 

Elizabeth dau. of Nathaniel <fc Hannah Guptill. 

Experience dau. of Charles <fc Sarah Libbey. 

Sarah dau. of Elisha it Johanna Andrews. 

Anna dau. of Moses «fc Sarah Guptell. 

Mercy, dau. of Aaron «fc Mary Chick. 



Oct. 


23, 


1782 


Oct. 


23, 


1782 


Oct. 


23, 


1782 


Oct. 


23, 


1782 


Oct. 


23, 


1782 


Oct. 


23, 


1782 


Nov. 


13, 


1782 


Feb. 


4, 


1783 


Feb. 


4, 


1783 


Feb. 


9, 


1783 


Feb. 


Hi 


1783 


Mar. 


31, 


1783 


July 


12, 


1783 


July 


21, 


1783 


Aug. 


27, 


1783 


June 


2, 


1784 


June 


3, 


1784 


June 


15, 


1784 


Mar. 


16, 


17S5 


Mar. 


16, 


1785 


May 


3, 


1785 


July 


14, 


1785 


July 


H, 


1785 


July 


14, 


1785 


July 


14, 


1785 


July 


20, 


1785 


July 


2, 


1786 


Aug. 


30, 


1786 


Aug. 


30, 


17S6 


Aug. 


30, 


17S6 


Aug. 


30, 


17S6 


Sept. 


15, 


1786 


Oct. 


16, 


1786 


Oct. 


26, 


17S6 


Oct. 


26, 


17S6 


Jan. 


1, 


17S7 


Jan. 


1, 


1787 


Mar. 


25, 


1787 


Apr. 


15, 


1787 


June 


17, 


17S7 


Nov. 


4, 


1787 


Feb. 


4, 


1788 


July 


20, 


178S 


Oct. 


27, 


178S 


Apr. 


7, 


17S9 


Aug. 


23, 


1789 


Sept. 


10, 


17S9 



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Oct. 


25 


, 1789 


Oct. 


25 


, 1789 


Oct. 


25 


, 1789 


Nov. 


1 


, 1789 


June 


23 


, 1790 


June 


24 


, 1790 


June 


24 


, 1790 


July 


23 


, 1790 


July 


23 


, 1790 


July 


23 


, 1790 


July 


24 


, 1790 


July 


24 


, 1790 


July 


24 


1790 


July 


24 


, 1790 


July 


24 


1790 


July 


24 


, 1790 


July 


25 


, 1790 


July 


25 


, 1790 


Sept. 


3 


, 1790 


May 


31 


, 1791 


June 


9 


, 1791 


June 


14 


, 1791 


Oct. 


12 


1791 


Feb. 


7 


, 1792 


Aug. 


7 


, 1792 


Aug. 


11 


, 1793 


Aug. 


11 


, 1793 


May 


2 


, 1794 


May 


2 


, 1794 


June 


20 


, 1794 


May 


14 


1795 


June 


26 


1795 


Feb. 


18 


, 1796 


Mar. 


14 


1796 


Mar. 


14 


1796 


May 


18 


1800 


June 


27, 


1802 


Nov. 


24, 


1805 


Apr. 


21, 


1811 


May 


30, 


1813 


May 


20, 


1S10 


May 


20, 


1810 


Nov. 


18, 


1815 


Nov. 


20, 


1816 


Nov. 


20, 


1816 


Nov. 


20, 


1S16 


Nov. 


20, 


1816 


Apr. 


12, 


1818 


Apr. 


12, 


1818 


Apr. 


12, 


1818 


Apr. 


12, 


1818 


Apr. 


12 


ISIS 


Apr. 


12, 


1818 


Apr. 


12 


ISIS 



Shuah dau. of Widow Hannah demaott. 

Sarah Chadbourne dau. of Widow Hannah Clements. 

Mary dau. of Widow Hannah Gtaneott. 

Love dau. of Benjamin <fe Mary GuptolL 

Love dau. of <fc Walker of Watcrboro. 

Phcbe dau. of Jabcz & Mary Kicker. 



Mehetable dau. of 



& 



Kilham of No. Sanford. 



Joanna dau. of Paul <fe Joanna Chadbournc. 

Dorcas dau. of Simeon &. Elizabeth Chadbourne of Cox- 
Hall. 

Lucy dau. of Jeremiah & Lucy Roberts. 

Hannah dau. of Andrew <fe Rhoda Burley of Watcrboro. 

Lucy dau. of Andrew & Rhoda Burley of Watcrboro. 

Abigail dau. of Andrew & Rhoda Burley of Waterboro. 

Mary dau. of Andrew & Rhoda Burley of Waterboro. 

Deliverance dau. of Thomas <fe Sarah Williams of Sanford. 

Abigail dau. of Thomas <fe Sarah Williams of Sanford. 

Abigail dau. of Samuel & Jones of Waterboro. 

Elizabeth dau. of Daniel & Elizabeth Emery. 

Lydia dau. of William & Dorcas Guptill. 

Hannah dau. of Benjamin & Lydia Adams. 

Dorcas dau. of Moses & Dorcas Hodsdon. 

Sarah dau. of Moses & Sarah Guptell. 

Betsey dau. of Joseph & Remick of Shapleigh. 

Phebe Hobbs dau. of Humphrey & Elizabeth Chadbourne. 

Abigail dau. of Richard & Staple. 

Lydia dau. of Nathaniel & Elleanor Libbey. 

Eunice dau. of Humphrey & Olive Lord. 

Elizabeth dau. of William & Dorcas Guptell. 

Anna dau. of William <fe Dorcas Guptell. 

Elleanor dau. of Abel & Elleanor Thompson. 

Elizabeth dau. of Joseph <fe Lydia Chick. 

Bridget dau. of John & Mary Witherill. 

Sarah dau. of William & Sarah Staple. 

Elizabeth dau. of Gideon & Susanna Staple. 

Hannah dau. of Gideon & Susanna Staple. 

Julia dau. of Joseph & Sarah Hilliard. 

Elizabeth Lee dau. of Joseph & Sarah Hilliard. 

Mary dau. of Joseph & Sarah Hilliard. 

Atte Gray dau. of Joseph & Sarah Hilliard. 

Hannah dau. of Joseph & Sarah Hilliard. 

Katherine Sophia dau. of Joseph & Katherine Savage. 

Jane Cooper Demetrius [sic] dau. of Joseph & Katherine 
Savage. 

Ann Thompson dau. of Samuel & Ann Goodwin. 

Joanna dau. of Jonathan <fe Betsey Goodwin. 

Mary dau. of Jonathan & Betsey Goodwin. 

Olive Eliza dau. of Jonathan & Betsey Goodwin. 

Nancy dau. of Jonathan <fe Betsey Goodwin. 

Olive dau. of & Morrow. 

Abigail dau. of & Merrow. 

Lydia dau. of & Merrow. 

Elizabeth dau. of <fc Merrow. 



Nancy dau. of 

Susanna dau. of 

Olive dau. of Mark & 



& 



Merrow. 
Merrow. 



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Apr. 12, 1818 Elizabeth dau. of Mark <fc Libl>cy. 

July 1, 1822 Mary Brock dau. of IV! oy Frost. 

July 1, 1822 Sarah Elizabeth dau. of Deborah Burleigh. 

Marriages recorded by the Rev. Mr. John Morse, first Pastor of Church 
in Berwick, Me. 

May 1, 1755 Benjamin Barrows with Mary Smith. 

Aug. 11, 1755 Benjamin Jones with Elizabeth White. 

Dec. 3, 1755 Joshua Brackett & Ann Libbey. 

Jan. 4, 175G Joseph Abbott <fc Elleanor Morrill. 

Jan. 15, 175G John Hasty & Deliverance Page. 

Jan. 19, 1756 Joseph Wentworth & Eunice Shorey. 

Mar. 9, 1756 Joseph Hodsden & Mary Guptell. 

Mar. 17, 1756 Foxwell Curtis Cutts <fe Mary Goodwin. 

Mar. 24, 1756 Ephraim Hanson <fe Margaret Lord. 

Apr. 15, 1756 Samuel Emery & Abigail Shackleve. 

May 24, 1756 Ichabod Stacy & Lydia Guptell. 

June 5, 1756 Moses Abbot & Elizabeth Kilgore. 

June 7, 1756 James Lord & Mary Chick. 

June 20, 1756 Ithamar Beedle & Mary Thurrell. 

June 28, 1756 Joshua Ricker & Betty Drew. 

Aug. 6, 1756 James Warren & Elizabeth Hasty. 

Aug. 13, 1756 John Allen & Sarah Abbott. 

Sept. 9, 1756 Thomas Shorey, Jr., & Alice Hardison, Jr. 

Sept. 30, 1756 John Kilgore & Elizabeth Brackett. 

Sept. 30,1756 Charles Butler & Sarah Coss. 

Oct. 27, 1756 Jacob Shorey with Hannah Coss. 

Nov. 9, 1756 Stephen Hardison, Jr., with Hannah Scammon. 

Dec. 2, 1756 Thomas Hardison with Mary Chadbourne. 

Jan. 27, 1757 Solomon Hamilton with Sarah Keay. 

Mar. 9, 1757 Stephen Perkins with Sarah Hamilton. 

Aug. 14, 1757 Henry Drosse with Mary Rowe. 

Dec. 22, 1757 William Morrel with Hannah Hobbs. 

Dec. 29, 1757 Jona Hamilton with Charity Keay. 

Feb. 9, 1758 John Butler with Elizabeth Pray. 

Mar. 30, 1758 Samuel Faul with Joanna Bickford. 

Apr. 12, 1758 Alexander Gerrish with Sarah Clark. 

Apr. 13, 1758 Moses Bickford with Susanna Kenney. 

Apr. 30, 1758 Shipaway Goodwin with Lydia Lord. 

May 11, 1758 Daniel Tibbetts with Martha Downs. 

Oct. 25, 1758 Nathaniel Hardison with Charity Shorey. 

Jan. 25, 1759 Thomas Hobbs, Jr., with Mary Abbott. 

Feb. 5, 1759 Richard Yeaton with Experience Pray. 

May 31, 1759 Thomas Abbot with Deliverance Goodwin. 

Aug. 1, 1759 Samuel Hooper, Jr., with Peggey Guptell. 

Nov. 5, 1759 Tristram Fall, Jr., with Martha Pray. 

Jan. 21, 1760 James Guptell with Marv Stone. 

Jan. 21, 1760 Paul Wentworth with Hannah Smith. 

Mar. 13, 1760 Benjamin Libbey with Elizabeth Smith. 

Apr. 3, 1760 Jabez Tebbetts with Lucy Weymouth. 

Dec. 8, 1760 Jeremiah Goodwin with Lydia Thompson. 

Dec. 8, 1760 Samuel Holmes with Sarah Furbish. 

Feb. 25, 1761 John Pugsley with Man' Gray. 

Feb. 25, 1761 William Lord with Dorcas Grant. 

Mar. 5, 1761 John White with Mary Gerrish. 

Apr. 22, 1761 Stephen Libbey with Alice Guptell. 



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May 


14 


, 1761 


July 


10 


, 1761 


Nov. 


19 


, 1761 


Nov. 


26 


, 1761 


Dec. 


17 


, 1761 


June 


17 


, 1762 


July 


29 


, 1762 


Sept. 


2 


, 1762 


Mar. 


24 


, 1763 


June 


21 


, 1763 


June 


23 


, 1763 


Sept. 


12 


1763 


Nov. 


3, 


1763 


Nov. 


17 


1763 


Nov. 


23 


1763 


Nov. 


23, 


1763 


Dec. 


8, 


1763 


Dec. 


15, 


1763 


Dec. 


22, 


1763 


Jan. 


5, 


1764 


Feb. 


16, 


1764 


May 


— 


1764 



Jabez Ricker with Mary Wentworth. 
Thomas Goodwin, tcrtius, with Eunice Lord. 
Moses Weymouth with Love Pray. 
Henry Rines, Jr., with Mary Faul. 
Joseph Ricker with Mary May. 
John Stone with Abigail Libbey. 
Samuel Jellison with Sarah Lord. 
James Hasty with Olive Thompson. 
Ichabod Hayes with Sarah Hamilton. 
Zebulon Libby with Sarah Hrackett. 
Jonathan Keen with Mary Goodwin. 
William Pray with Itachel Grant. 
Miles Shorey with Elizabeth McCalley. 
Moses Nason with Lucy Tebbetts. 
Jacob Hodsdon with Mary Chadbourne. 
John Ford with Elizabeth Abbott. 
Jesse Thompson with Jane Heirl. 
Aaron Chick, Jr., with Mary Keays. 
Thomas Barnes with Naomi Thompson. 
Samuel Furbish with Sarah Guptell. 
Nathaniel Guptell with Sarah Lewis. 
William Shorey with Judith Faul. 

Note the preceeding marriages are transcribed from the Records of the 
Rev. John Morse. 

Marriages solemnized by Matthew Merriam, second pastor of the Second 
Church in Berwick, Me. 

William Thompson with Elizabeth Tuttle. 
John Cass with Mary Furnass. 
Jacob Lord with Mary Clark. 
Nathaniel Guptell, Jr., with Hannah Keays. 
Samuel Wentworth, Jr., with Lydia Gowel. 
James Hodsdon with Sarah Ross. 
Robert Ford with Sarah Abbott. 
Bryant Morton with Love Frost. 
Jeremiah Lord with Grizzel Grant. 
John Thurston with Martha Shorey. 
John Keays, tertius, with Mehitable Early. 
John Griffen with Hannah Gerrish. 
James Roberts with Martha Woodsum. 
Moses Austen with Elizabeth Clark. 
Elisha Andrews, Jr., with Joanna Pray. 
Paul Stone, Jr., with Elizabeth Mills. 
Joseph Ricker, Jr., with Deborah Wentworth. 
Reuben Jones with Mary Nock. 
Theophilus Hardy with Mary "Sullivan. 
Joseph Welch with Elizabeth Nason. 
Joshua Downs with Hannah Nock. 
James Shorey with Eunice Faul. 
Benjamin Pierce with Lydia Jones. 
Benjamin Heard with Molly Andrews. 
Joseph Goodrich with Hannah Grant. 
Joshua Goodrich with Allice Stone. 
Samuel Grant with Nabby Jones. 
Edmund Weymouth with Anna Smith. 
Stephen Pray with Meribah Guptell. 



Mar. 


5 


, 1766 


Apr. 


10 


, 1766 


Sept. 


2 


, 1766 


Oct. 


23 


, 1766 


Oct. 


23 


, 1766 


Dec. 


19 


, 1766 


Dec. 


26 


, 1766 


Dec. 


30 


, 1766 


Jan. 


21 


1767 


Apr. 


9, 


1767 


Apr. 


9, 


1767 


May 


18, 


1767 


July 


9, 


1767 


Aug. 


6, 


1767 


Aug. 


13, 


1767 


Nov. 


1, 


1767 


Dec. 


17, 


1767 


Jan. 


Hi 


176S 


May 


4, 


1768 


May 


5, 


1768 


May 


5, 


176S 


June 


27, 


1768 


Aug. 


18, 


176S 


Sept. 


8, 


176S 


Sept. 


18, 


1768 


Sept. 


IS, 


176S 


Sept. 


20, 


176S 


Jan. 


19, 


1769 


Mar. 


23, 


1769 



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[Oct. 



Apr. 


6 


, 17A9 


May 


M 


, 1769 


May 


18 


, 1709 


Aug. 


17 


, 1709 


Nov. 


10 


, 1769 


Dec. 


12 


, 1769 


Feb. 


16 


1770 


Apr. 


26 


1770 


May 


3 


1770 


July 


2, 


1770 


Aug. 


9 


1770 


Sept. 


6 


1770 


Sept. 


25 


1770 


Oct. 


4 


1770 


Oct. 


29 


1770 


Nov. 


6 


1770 


Nov. 


8 


1770 


Nov. 


20 


1770 


Dec. 


5 


1770 


Dec. 


10, 


1770 


Dec. 


27 


, 1770 


Dec. 


27 


, 1770 


Feb. 


8 


, 1771 


Feb. 


13 


, 1771 


Feb. 


14 


, 1771 


Mar. 


18 


, 1771 


Mar. 


28 


, 1771 


Apr. 


1 


, 1771 


Apr. 


25 


1771 


Apr. 


29 


1771 


May 


2, 


1771 


June 


20, 


1771 


June 


25 


1771 


July 


4 


1771 


July 


25 


, 1771 


Aug. 


1 


1771 


Aug. 


8 


1771 


Sep. 


9 


1771 


Sep. 


12 


1771 


Oct. 


1, 


1771 


Oct. 


8 


1771 


Oct. 


31 


1771 


Nov. 


21 


1771 


Jan. 


27 


1772 


Feb. 


13 


, 1772 


Feb. 


13 


, 1772 


Feb. 


24 


, 1772 


Mar. 


26 


, 1772 


Apr. 


16 


, 1772 


Apr. 


17 


, 1772 


Apr. 


26 


, 1772 


Apr. 


30 


, 1772 


May 


28 


, 1772 


June 


25 


, 1772 


Julv 


8 


, 1772 


July 


16 


, 1772 



Ebenezer Lord, Jr., with Sarah Horsum. 

Kbenezcr Guptell with Sarah Jellison. 

Joseph Quint with Dorothy Pray. 

Thomas Goodwin with Mehetable Goodwin. 

Stephen Weymouth with Olive HflirL 

Lemuel Worster with Mercy Woodsum. 

John Murray, Jr., with Susanna Goodwin. 

Paul Chadbourne with Joanna Yeaton. 

James Frost with Dorcas Tebbetts. 

Jonathan Goodwin with Elizabeth Clark. 

Jonathan Horsum with Mary Sherburne. 

William Ford with Elizabeth Ricker. 

Mark Frost with Hannah Horsum. 

Ezckiel Wentworth, Jr., with Betty Pike. 

John Gowel with Sarah Nock. 

Thomas Jellison with Lucy Frost. 

Joseph Hubbard, Jr., with Honour Roberts. 

Moses Nock with Sally Gowel. 

John Hamilton with Mary Weymouth. 

Ebenezer Libbey with Elizabeth Quint. 

John Horsum, Jr., with Margaret Frost. 

Stephen Abbot with Elizabeth Scruton. 

Jonathan Hamilton, Jr., with Mary Manning. 

Daniel Goodwin, Jr., with Sarah Hobbs. 

James Downs with Mary Keay. 

Isaac Furbish with Keziah Abbott. 

Benjamin Hamilton, Jr., with Judith Ricker. 

Samuel Jones with Anna Frost. 

Joshua Grant with Judith Faul. 

Noah Lord with Keziah Bracket. 

Jedediah Downs with Mary Lord. 

Samuel Worster, Jr., with Sally Jones. 

Zechariah Nock, 3rd, with Jane Larey. 

Tobias Cole with Mary Gray. 

Eliphalet Ricker with Abigail Pike. 

Jonathan Ross with Joanna Ricker. 

Jedediah Wentworth with Eunice Clark. 

Nicholas Wentworth with Patience Wentworth. 

Joseph Chadbourne, Jr., with Martha Hamilton. 

Moses Patty with Mehitable Low, both of Sanford. 

James Maston Randall with Deborah Hamilton. 

Daniel Libbey, Jr., with Lois Wentworth. 

Jonathan Stevens with Patience Austin. 

Tristram Heard, Jr., with Anna Wentworth. 

Levi Ricker with Abigail Weymouth. 

Humphrey Lord with Olive Hill. 

Peter Stillings with Hannah Hanscum. 

Nathan Hodsdon with Mary Barrows. 

Daniel Gray with Patience Hamilton. 

Samuel Dennet with Deborah Ricker. 

Thomas Nock with Sarah Scates. 

Thomas Hodsdon, 3rd, with Molly Gowel. 

Isaac Morrill with Joanna Chadbourne. 

Timothy Staple with Rachel Morrill. 

Job Winchell with Sarah Hobbs. 

Charles Libbey, Jr., with Sarah Pray. 



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251 



July 


20 


, 1772 


Aug. 


30 


, 1772 


Oct. 


11 


, 1772 


Dec. 


28 


, 1772 


Jan. 


4 


, 1773 


Apr. 


13 


, 1773 


Apr. 


15 


, 1773 


Apr. 


2G 


, 1773 


June 


30 


, 1773 


July- 


23 


, 1773 


July 


27 


, 1773 


Aug. 


12 


, 1773 


Aug. 


23 


, 1773 


Aug. 


29 


1773 


Nov. 


4 


1773 


Nov. 


4 


1773 


Nov. 


23 


1773 


Dec. 


3 


, 1773 


Dec. 


21 


, 1773 


Dec. 


23 


, 1773 


Dec. 


23 


1773 


Dec. 


23 


, 1773 


Dec. 


23 


, 1773 


Mar. 


15 


, 1774 


Jan. 


20 


1774 


Apr. 


28 


1774 


May 


19 


1774 


June 


16 


1774 


July 


7, 


1774 


Aug. 


15, 


1774 


Sept. 


1 


1774 


Sept. 


15, 


1774 


Sept. 


29 


1774 


Oct. 


27, 


1774 


Oct. 


27, 


1774 


Nov. 


3 


1774 


Nov. 


10 


1774 


Nov. 


30, 


1774 


Dec. 


1 


1774 


Dec. 


5 


1774 


Dec. 


15, 


1774 


Jan. 


19, 


1775 


Jan. 


26, 


1775 


Jan. 


31, 


1775 


Apr. 


20, 


1775 


May 


25, 


1775 


June 


1, 


1775 


June 


27 


1775 


July 


27, 


1775 


Sept. 


21, 


1775 


Oct. 


19, 


1775 


Oct. 


24, 


1775 


Nov. 


29, 


1775 



Benjamin Shorcy with Tampson Tebbetta. 
Samuel Murray with Margaret Kilgore. 
John Brown, Jr., with PntMQOG LonL 

William Guptil with Dorcas Stone 
Joseph Holmes with Abigail Goodwin. 
John Keay, ye 4th, with Betty Wentworth. 
James Gerrish with Mary Abbot. 
Jonathan Stone with Eunice Guptell. 
Paul Brown of Somersworth with Lydia Lord of Berwick. 
Stephen Libby with Hannah Young, both of Berwick. 
William Joy with Martha Whittier, both of Berwick. 
Thomas Goodwin with Hannah Hodsdon, both of Berwick. 
Joseph Lord, Jr., with Hannah Kilgore, both of Berwick. 
Joseph Goodwin, Jr., with Sarah Prichard, both of Berwick. 
John Chick of Kittery with Sarah Randal of Berwick. 
John Grant with Agnes Heed, both of Berwick. 
Daniel Thurston with Molly Stillings, both of Berwick. 
John Smith, Jr., with Mercy Wentworth, both of Berwick. 
Benjamin Lord, Jr., with Molly Pierce, both of Berwick. 
John Libby with Sarah Woodsum, both of Berwick. 
Joshua Hanson with Abigail Millar, both of Berwick. 
James Bracket, Jr., with Anna Stillins, both of Berwick. 
Eliphalet Pray with Mary Guptell. 

Gideon Staples of York with Susanna Staple of Berwick. 
Thomas Stevens of Lebanon with Molly Stanton of Berwick. 
Elisha Goodwin, Jr., with Lucy Avery, both of Berwick. 
John Brawn, ye 3rd, with Anna Weymouth, both of Berwick. 
Ebenezer Faul with Mary McCrelis, both of Berwick. 
Joseph Roberts with Betty Heard, both of Berwick. 
Simon Lord with Molly Horsum, both of Berwick. 
Benjamin Gowell with Susanna Pike, both of Berwick. 
Drisko Nock with Margaret Lord, both of Berwick. 
John Yeaton with Molly Jones, both of Berwick. 
John Chadbourne of Sanford with Elizabeth Grant of 

Berwick. 
Hugh Ross, Jr., with Mary Libbey, both of Berwick. 
Daniel Bracket with Mary Andrews, both of Berwick. 
Richard Yeaton with Amey Bracket, both of Berwick. 
William Downs, Jr., <fe Mercy Nock, both of Berwick. 
Gideon Stone with Mary Mills, both of Berwick. 
Samuel Ricker with Sarah Joy, both of Berwick. 
Jonathan Walker with Elizabeth Weymouth, both of 

Berwick. 
John Holmes with Dorcas Weymouth, both of Berwick. 
Miles Bracket with Lydia Keay, both of Berwick. 
Nathaniel Austin with Lydia Downs, both of Berwick 
Eliphalet Jones with Ruth Roberts, both of Berwick. 
Aaron Clements with Sarah Mills, both of Berwick. 
Nathan Nock with Mary Bracket, both of Berwick. 
John Tucker, Jun., with Betty Keay, both of Berwick. 
Samuel Stillings with Alice Hodsdon, both of Berwick. 
Stephen Hodsdon with Elizabeth Wise, both of Berwick. 
William Nock of Berwick with Sarah Allen of Somers- 

worth. 
Freethy Spencer with Sarah Abbott, both of Berwick. 
John Plaisted with Martha Lord, both of Berwick. 



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Dec. 


17, 


1775 


Feb. 


8, 


177G 


Feb. 


13, 


177G 


Feb. 


15, 


1770 


May 


2, 


177G 


May 


18, 


1770 


June 


26, 


1770 


July 


1, 


1770 


July 


16, 


1776 


Aug. 


16, 


1770 


Sept. 


12, 


1770 


Sept. 


19, 


1776 


Oct. 


10, 


1776 


Dec. 


12, 


1776 


Jan. 


23, 


1777 


Mar. 


6, 


1777 


Apr. 


10, 


1777 


Apr. 


21, 


1777 


Apr. 


28, 


1777 


May 


8, 


1777 


May 


14, 


1777 


May 


15, 


1777 


May 


29, 


1777 


June 


14, 


1777 


July 


17, 


1777 


July 


17, 


1777 


Aug. 


14, 


1777 


Oct. 


7, 


1777 


Oct. 


16, 


1777 


Nov. 


2, 


1777 


Nov. 


6, 


1777 


Nov. 


13, 


1777 


Dec. 


4, 


1777 


Dec. 


Hi 


1777 


Dec. 


11, 


1777 


Jan. 


8, 


1778 


Jan. 


12, 


1778 


Jan. 


13, 


1778 


Jan. 


15, 


177S 


Jan. 


15, 


1778 


Feb. 


4, 


1778 


Feb. 


26, 


1778 


Mar. 


10, 


1778 


Mar. 


28, 


1778 


Apr. 


2, 


1778 



John Nason, Jun., with Mary Gerrish, lx>th of IVrwick. 

Moses Pray with Margaret Frost, both of Berwick. 

Josiah Clark with Patience Hanson, both of Berwick. 

Thomas Grant with Abigail Joy, both of Berwick. 

John Twombley of Madbury with Anne Heard of Berwick. 

Aaron Stackpole with Olive Hamilton, both of Berwick. 

Landress Grant with Love Davies, both of Berwick. 

Samuel Parker with Hulda Emery, both of Berwick. 

Nicholas Nock with Eunice Nock, both of Berwick. 

James Grant, Jun., of Berwick & Tabitha Gunnison of 
Kittery. 

Nathaniel Brackett & Sarah Chadbourn, both of Ber- 
wick. 

Benjamin Kenney and Hannah Nock were joined in 
wedlock. 

Silas Heard with Mary Bracket, both of Berwick. 

Israel Smith of Beseck with Naomi Foye of Berwick. 

Peter Pray, Jun., with Sarah Libbey, both of Berwick. 

Simon E. Ricker with Mary Hooper, both of Berwick. 

Daniel Hubbard with Lucy Ricker, both of Berwick. 

Ezekiel Ricker with Mary Hanson, both of Berwick. 

Richard Gowen with Elizabeth Reed, both of Berwick. 

Scammon Chadbourn with Hannah Guptil. 

Samuel Guptell with Abigail Libbey, both of Berwick. 

Tobias Wentworth of Somersworth & Elizabeth Roberts of 
Berwick. 

Benjamin Libbey with Sarah Hamilton, both of Berwick. 

Caleb Ford with Sarah Abbott, both of Berwick. 

Richard Hayes with Lydia Watson. 

William Cotton Warren of Scarborough & Dorcas Smith 
of Berwick. 

Francis Chadbourn <fe Olive Neal. 

Nathaniel Wentworth of Middletown <fc Sarah Nock of 
Berwick. 

Jonathan Adams of Sanford & Bathsheba Abbot of 
Berwick. 

Alexander McGeoch with Olive Goodwin, both of Ber- 
wick. 

Thomas Low of Sanford with Sarah Bracket of Berwick. 

Abraham Pugsley, Jun., with Susanna Webber, both of 
Berwick. 

Jabez Perkins of Wells with Joanna Pray of Berwick. 

George Bran of Kittery with Mary Weymouth of Berwick. 

Elisha Lord, Jun., with Molly Hodsdon, both of Berwick. 

Jacob Furbish with Elizabeth Hooper, both of Berwick. 

Nathan Libbey with Ruth Shorey, both of Berwick. 

Simeon Chadbourn with Katharine Hanscum, both of 
Berwick. 

Stephen Guptell with Sarah Parsons, both of Berwick. 

Darling Huntress, Jun., with Mary Warren, both of Ber- 
wick. 

Samuel Hubbard with Elizabeth Nason, both of Berwick. 

Morrel Hobbs with Miriam Bracket, both of Berwick. 

Joseph Abbott of Berwick with Dorothy Littlefield of Wells. 

John Witherill of Lebanon with Mary Gerrish of Berwick. 

William Ricker with Amey Hobbs, both of Berwick. 



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253 



Apr. 
May 


20 
29 


, 1778 
, 1778 


June 


28 


, 1778 


Aug. 


3 


, 1778 


Aug. 


6 


, 1778 


Aug. 





, 1778 


Sept. 


10 


, 1778 


Sept. 


13 


1778 


Oct. 


22 


1778 


Oct. 


22 


, 1778 


Oct. 


22 


1778 


Oct. 


27, 


1778 


Nov. 


5 


1778 


Dec. 


24, 


1778 


Dec. 


30, 


1778 


Dec. 


31, 


1778 


Jan. 


24, 


1779 


Jan. 


25, 


1779 


Jan. 


28, 


1779 


Feb. 


1, 


1779 


Feb. 


24, 


1779 


Feb. 


25, 


1779 


Mar. 


1, 


1779 


Mar. 


4, 


1779 


Mar. 


H, 


1779 


Mar. 


21, 


1779 


Mar. 


25, 


1779 


Mar. 


30, 


1779 


Mar. 


30, 


1779 


Apr. 


29, 


1779 


May 


20, 


1779 


June 


10, 


1779 


July 


4, 


1779 


July 


5, 


1779 


July 


8, 


1779 


July 


16, 


1779 


Aug. 


12, 


1779 


Aug. 


24, 


1779 


Sept. 


12, 


1779 


Sept. 


15, 


1779 


Sept. 


29, 


1779 


Sept. 


29, 


1779 


Oct. 


28, 


1779 


Nov. 


3, 


1779 


Nov. 


7, 


1779 


Nov. 


11, 


1779 


Nov. 


16, 


1779 


Nov. 


25, 


1779 


Dec. 


12, 


1779 



Peter Eastcs with Huldah Frost, both of Berwick. 

Miles Thompson, Jun., with EftMf Flirboh, lx>th of Ber- 
wick. 

Moses Guptcll with Sarah Pray. 

Stephen Wood with Sarah Lyndes. 

Thomas Holmes with Mary Thompson. 

Nathan Bracket with Mary Heard. 

Peter Grant with Elizabeth Goodwin. 

Tristram Heard, Jun., with Elizabeth Hooper. 

John Goodrich of Cox-hall & Esther Quint of Berwick. 

Ichabod Smith <fe Amey Jones. 

Miles Tompson & Miriam Libby. 

Hanson Clark & Sarah Lord. 

David Quint & Mary Rynds. 

Philip Worster with Anna Kinge. 

Jonathan Dana Clark with Phcbe Chadbourn. 

Stephen Hardison with Margaret Heirl. 

Ephraim Goodwin with Miriam Libbey, both of Berwick. 

Ichabod Tibbetts of Dover & Judith Tibbetts of Ber- 
wick. 

Benjamin Heirl, Jun., with Mary Hardison, both of Ber- 
wick. 

Simeon Ricker with Sarah Goodwin, both of Berwick. 

Nathaniel Guptcll with Mary Chadbourn, both of Berwick. 

John Gerrish of Berwick with Mary Hardison of Lebanon. 

Nathaniel Farnham of Lebanon with Elizabeth Lord of 
Berwick. 

Samuel Heirl with Anna Wilkinson, both of Berwick. 

James Jones with Jane Keay, both of Berwick. 

Stephen Andrews with Mary Emery, both of Berwick. 

Samuel Goodwin of Lebanon & Sarah Hodsdon of Berwick . 

Gideon Johnson of Middletown <fe Mercy Clark of Berwick. 

Francis Brock with Sarah Hodsdon, both of Berwick. 

Daniel Smith, Jun., with Eunice Worster, both of Berwick. 

Noah Goodwin of Somersworth <fe Salome Laverdy of 
Berwick. 

Joseph Spencer & Katharine Mars of Berwick. 

Ephraim Grant & Abigail Thurrell, both of Berwick. 

Samuel Andrews <fe Hannah Dunnell, both of Berwick. 

Elijah Hamilton <fe Lydia Joy, both of Berwick. 

Aaron Hubbard & Martha Nason, both of Berwick. 

Nicholas Lord with Priscilla Jones. 

Levi Chadbourn with Martha Hodsdon, both of Berwick. 

Daniel Emery of Cox-hall <fc Elizabeth Brackett of Berwick. 

Benjamin Libbey with Polly Heirl, both of Berwick. 

Daniel Smith with Sarah Standley, both of Berwick. 

William Peirce with Hannah Quint, both of Berwick. 

Seth Gatchel with Sarah Grant, both of Berwick. 

Ichabod Tibbetts, Jun., with Katharine Jones, both of 
Berwick. 

Joseph Knight with Thankful Taylor, both of Sanford. 

Rishworth Jardine, Jun., of Biddeford <fc Sarah Hight of 
Berwick. 

Josiah Brown of comersworth <fe Hannah Lord of Berwick. 

Simeon Spencer <fe Lydia Goodwin, both of Berwick. 

John Shorey & Mary Kilgore, both of Berwick. 



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Records of the Second Church of Berwick, Me. [Oct. 



Dec. 


15, 


1779 


Dec. 


1G, 


1779 


Dec. 


22, 


1779 


Jan. 


27, 


1780 


Jan. 


27, 


1780 


Jan. 


31, 


1780 


Feb. 


17, 


1780 


Feb. 


27, 


1780 


Mch. 


9, 


1780 


Mch. 


1G, 


1780 


Mch. 


16, 


1780 


Apr. 


13, 


1780 


Apr. 


18, 


1780 


Apr. 


20, 


1780 


May 


9, 


1780 


July 


23, 


1780 


July 


23, 


1780 


Aug. 


31, 


17S0 


Sept. 


10, 


1780 


Oct. 


5, 


1780 


Oct. 


5, 


1780 


Oct. 


18, 


1780 


Dec. 


6, 


1780 


Dec. 


7, 


1780 


Dec. 


18, 


1780 


Dec. 


20, 


1780 


Dec. 


21, 


1780 


Jan. 


9, 


1781 


Jan. 


30, 


1781 


Feb. 


28, 


1781 


Mch. 


1, 


1781 


Mch. 


6, 


1781 


Mch. 


26, 


1781 


Apr. 


9, 


1781 


Apr. 


26, 


1781 


May 


18, 


1781 


June 


19, 


1781 


July 


4, 


1781 


July 


9, 


1781 


July 


18, 


1781 


Aug. 


23, 


1781 


Aug. 


26, 


17S1 


Sept. 


12, 


1781 


Sept. 


24, 


1781 


Sept. 


27, 


1781 


Sept. 


30, 


1781 



Joshua Scates <k Rachel Roberta, both of Berwick. 

James Randall <fc Mary Shorey, both of Berwick. 

John Welch & Hannah Ross, both of Berwick. 

Simon Emery, Jun., <t Polly Hodsdon, both of Berwick. 

Isaac Abbott <fc Molly Abbott, both of Berwick. 

Joseph Appleby of Durham & Sarah Nock of Berwick. 

Caleb Nason with Olive Andrews, both of Berwick. 

Clark Gerrish with Betty Scates, both of Berwick. 

Joshua Nason witli Betty Thompson, both of Berwick. 

Ephraim Kicker with Dolly Nock, both of Berwick. 

John Walker, Jun., with Polly Snow, both of Berwick. 

Benjamin Horsum with Dorcas Kicker, both of Berwick. 

Simeon Chadbourn with Elizabeth Yeaton, both of Ber- 
wick. 

Benjamin Hodsdon with Sally Lord, both of Berwick. 

Philip Tibbetts of Hubbardstown & Sarah Grant of 
Berwick. 

Jonathan Nock with Betty Nock, both of Berwick. 

Foxwell Whittier with Ruth Hill, both of Berwick. 

John Heirl, Jun., with Polly Dyar, both of Berwick. 

Daniel Quint with Sally Stillings, both of Berwick. 

Henry Hamilton of Sanford with Eunice Lord of Berwick. 

William Weeks of Greenland with Abigail Rogers of 
Berwick. 

John Glass with Elizabeth Quint, both of Berwick. 

William Leaver of Somersworth with Sarah Hubbard of 
Berwick. 

Samuel Weymouth with Ann Smith, both of Berwick. 

Jonathan Horsum with Martha Goodrich, both of Berwick. 

Nahum Marshall with Mary Tebbetts, both of Berwick. 

John Abbott, 3rd, with Patty Twombly, both of Berwick. 

Eliphalet Pray with Alice Yeaton, both of Berwick. 

Daniel Goodwin, 3rd, with Mary Downs, both of Berwick. 

Stephen Hodsdon, Jun., with Anna Eastes, both of Berwick. 

Enoch Whitehouse of Somersworth & Lydia Abbott of 
Berwick. 

John Butler of Berwick <fc Judith Leaver of Somersworth. 

Nathan Lord, 3rd, with Mercy Downs, both of Berwick. 

David Go wen with Joanna Guptell. 

Samuel Brackett, 3rd, with Molly Wentworth. 

William Chadwick, Jun., of Somersworth & Elizabeth 
Butler of Berwick. 

Chadbourn Warren of Biddeford <fc Hannah Hodsdon of 
Berwick. 

John Quint, Jun., with Molly Abbott, both of Berwick. 

Stephen Smith of Damariscotta with Mercy Andrews of 
Berwick. 

Benjamin Lord with Sarah Chadbourn, both of Berwick. 

Ephraim Tebbetts with Rachel Jones, both of Berwick. 

John Go wen with Sarah Libbey, both of Berwick. 

Amos Gordon of Biddeford with Mehitable Goodwin of 
Berwick. 

Daniel Hooper with Hannah Heard, both of Berwick. 

John Keay with Molly Yeaton, both of Berwick. 

Adam Goodwin, Jun., with Sarah Goodrich, both of Ber- 
wick. 



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Oct. 


1, 


17S1 


Oct. 


1, 


1781 


Oct. 


25, 


1781 


Nov. 


8, 


1781 


Nov. 


29, 


1781 


Dec. 


13, 


1781 


Dec. 


19, 


1781 


Dec. 


2G, 


1781 


Jan. 


3, 


1782 


Jan. 


6, 


1782 


Jan. 


22, 


1782 


Jan. 


27, 


1782 


Jan. 


31, 


1782 


Feb. 


H, 


1782 


Feb. 


21, 


1782 


Mch. 


4, 


1782 


Mch. 


14, 


1782 


Mch. 


22, 


1782 


Mch. 


25, 


1782 


Mch. 


28, 


1782 


Apr. 


4, 


1782 


May- 


2, 


1782 


May 


13, 


17S2 


May 


23, 


1782 


June 


2, 


1782 


June 


20, 


17S2 


June 


30, 


1782 


Sept. 


30, 


1782 


Oct. 


14, 


1782 


Nov. 


5, 


1782 


Nov. 


7, 


17S2 


Nov. 


13, 


17S2 


Dec. 


10, 


17S2 


Dec. 


12, 


1782 


Dec. 


16, 


17S2 


Dec. 


19, 


1782 


Dec. 


19, 


1782 


Dec. 


31, 


1782 


Jan. 


29, 


1783 


Feb. 


10, 


1783 


Feb. 


19, 


1783 


Apr. 


10, 


1783 


May 


1, 


1783 


June 


5, 


1783 


July 


24, 


1783 


Sept. 


11, 


L783 


Oct. 


2 


1783 


Oct. 


12! 


1783 



Paul Stanton with Joanna Kicker, both of Berwick. 
Robert Junkins of York with Esther Rogers of Berwick. 
Benjamin Stacy with Lucy Ix>w, both of Berwick. 
Benjamin Horn of Somersworth <t Ruth Hanson of Ber- 
wick. 
Samuel Butler, Jr., <fe Martha Libbey, both of Berwick. 
Charles HtlltOD <fc Dorcas Miller, both of Berwick. 
Stephen Randall <fc Anna Fogg, both of Berwick. 
Maturin Ricker <fe Olive Horsum, both of Berwick. 
Samuel Libbey <fe Betsey Hardison, both of Berwick. 
Benjamin Downs & Molly Spencer, both of Berwick. 
Caleb Lord with Betsey Archibald, both of Berwick. 
Paul Lord with Hannah Frost, both of Berwick. 
Daniel Wadling with Margaret Thompson, both of Ber- 
wick. 
John Worstcr, Jun., with Olive Philpot, both of Berwick. 
Joseph Brackett with Jemima Roberts, both of Berwick. 
Aaron Warren with Kezia Huntress, both of Berwick. 
Joshua Smith with Abigail Dunnel, both of Berwick. 
John Grant with Sarah Boltwood, both of Berwick. 
Jeremiah Clements of Sanford & Experience Yeaton of 

Berwick. 
Daniel Emery, Jun., of Kittery & Olive Lord of Berwick. 
Ebenezer Ricker of Somersworth & Molly Bodwell of 

Berwick. 
Samuel Wentworth of Rochester & Sarah Stone of Berwick. 
Moses Abbott, Jun., of Mousam <fe Anna Hooper of 

Berwick. 
Ichabod Lord with Lydia Keay, both of Berwick. 
David Horsum with Amey Sullivan, both of Berwick. 
Samuel Lord of Lebanon with Hannah Appleby. 
Aaron Downs with Hannah Nock, both of Berwick. 
Solomon Perkins of Rochester with Sarah Perkins of 

Massabeesic. 
Daniel Coffin of Sanford & Molly Bracket of Berwick. 
Stephen Jones & Martha Ricker. 
James Libbey with Hannah Woodsum. 
Moses Carr, Jun., of Somersworth & Hannah Hamilton of 

Berwick. 
Hanson Libbey & Anna Libbey. 
Daniel Whitehouse of Somersworth <fe Martha Roberts of 

Berwick. 
Elijah Goodwin with Eunice Hammond of Berwick. 
Benjamin Lord, Jun., with Betty Stanton, both of Berwick. 
Ichabod Downs with Lucy Downs, both of Berwick. 
Noah Ricker, Jun., with Esther Heard, both of Berwick. 
Paul Hall of Falmouth with Sarah Neal of Berwick. 
Joseph Eastes with Huldah Hodsdon of Berwick. 
Isaac Nute, Jr., of Dover with Sarah Rowe of Berwick. 
Samuel Clements with Judith Nock of Berwick. 
Love Keay with Molly Hooper of Berwick. 
Stephen Pray with Sarah Libbey. 
Benjamin Sullivan with Priscilla Jones. 
Reuben Hanscum with Alice Abbot. 
David Woodsum wrth Nabby Hamilton. 
Moses Rowe with Joyce Faul. 



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[Oct. 



Oct. 


ia 


1783 


Nov. 


2 


, 1783 


Nov. 


13 


, 1783 


Dec. 


11 


, 1783 


Jan. 


8 


, 1784 


Jan. 


19 


, 1784 


Jan. 


20 


, 1784 


Jan. 


20 


1784 


Mar. 


11) 


1784 


May 


0, 


1784 


June 


3, 


1784 


June 


3, 


1784 


Aug. 


12, 


1784 


Sept. 


5, 


1784 


Sept. 


5, 


1784 


Sept. 


9, 


1784 


Sept. 


26 


1784 


Oct. 


3 


1784 


Oct. 


14 


17S4 


Nov. 


4 


1784 


Nov. 


5 


1784 


Dec. 


2 


1784 


Dec. 


16 


1784 


Dec. 


23 


1784 


Jan. 


6 


1785 


Jan. 


12 


1785 


Jan. 


12 


1785 


Jan. 


14 


1785 


Mar. 


21, 


1785 


Mar. 


23 


1785 


Mar. 


24 


1785 


April 


16 


1785 


April 


25 


1785 


May- 


30 


1785 


June 


9 


1785 


Aug. 


25 


1785 


Sept. 


3 


1785 


Sept. 


15 


, 1785 


Oct. 


27 


1785 


Nov. 


10 


1785 


Nov. 


17 


1785 


Nov. 


17 


1785 


Nov. 


28 


1785 


Dec. 


3 


1785 


Dec. 


22 


, 1785 


Jan. 


5 


1786 


Feb. 


2 


1786 


Feb. 


9 


, 17S6 


Apr. 


3 


17S6 


Apr. 


16 


, 17S6 



Andrew Whittain with Lydia Grant. 

A .iron Bickford with Mary Child. 

Sheldon Bobbi with Ruth Stillings. 

Joshua Quint with Hannah Ford. 

Samuel Faul with Judith Stanton. 

James Lord with Hannah Nichold. 

Jonathan Felch of Hubbardstown Plantation and Sarah 

Applebcy of Berwick. 
Moses Frost, Jr., with Mary Chick. 
Ebenezer Heard with Elizabeth Foye. 
William Lord, Jr., with Dorcas Faul. 
Samuel Horsum with Anna Goodrich. 
Trueworthy Dudley with Sarah Andrews. 
Pelatiah Penny of Wells with Mary Walker of Berwick. 
Nathaniel Perkins with Sally Hooper. 
Stephen Hobbs with Elizabeth Hodsdon. 
Benjamin Andrews with Molly Stone. 
Peasley Morrel with Peace Kicker. 
Richard Colomy of New Durham with Patience Downs of 

Berwick. 
David Page of South Hampton <k Martha Wentworth of 

Berwick. 
James Stanley with Sarah Jellison. 
Edward Grant with Shuah Holmes. 
John Clark with Amey Grant. 
Michael Brawn, Jr., with Betty Weymouth. 
Simeon Applebey with Bridget Lord. 
Reuben Goodwin with Phoebe Downs. 
Daniel Keay and Patience Hardison, both of Lebanon. 
Thomas Murray of Berwick & Eunice Hardison of Lebanon. 
Aaron Tebbetts & Hannah Wentworth. 
Stephen Fall, Jr., & Betsey Gerrish. 
Mark Fogg & Eunice Furnald. 
Samuel Shorey with Elizabeth Woodsum. < 
Elias Lord with Betsey Kilgore. 
Isaac Hansum with Abigail Pray. 
William Hall with Sarah Roberts. 
Thomas Applebey with Molly Goodwin. 
Nathan Lord, 3rd, with Betsey Brewster. 
Samuel Pray, Jr., with Sally Fernald. 
Benjamin Wentworth, 6th, of Somersworth cc Nabbey 

Thompson of Berwick. 
Noah Ricker, Jr., and Molley Stanton. 
Reuben Goodwin and Ruth Lord. 
Samuel Stanley and Hannah Hobbs. 
Joseph Pray of Shapleigh and Mary Nocks of Berwick. 
Amos Wallingford of Somersworth and Phebe Brewster of 

Berwick. 
Zechariah Nocks of Shapleigh and Margaret Worster of 

Berwick. 
Ichabod Dixon and Lydia Dennet. 

Timothy Courson of Rochester & Betsey Clark of Berwick. 
William Chadbourn, Jr., <t Margery Hodsdon. 
Ebenezer Horsum <fe Charity Hooper. 
Moses Weymouth <fe Patience Ross. 
William Mavis [?] & Lydia Huntress. 



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May 11, 1786 John HoQfMT A Betsey Plaisted. 

July 11, 178G Moses Foye & Mollcy Tebbetto. 

July 17,1786 Robert Hanscum & Anna Chick. 

July 20, 1786 Eliot Frost with Jane Clark, both of Kittery. 

July 23, 178G Samuel Clark with Abigail Hanson. 

Aug. 7, 1786 Samuel Butler, Jr., with Lucy Chadbourne. 

Aug. 24, 1786 Klisha Downs with Diadama Dunncl. 

Sept. 3, 1786 Moses Hanson with Martha Abbot. 

Sept. 14, 1786 Otis Keay with Joanna Applebey. 

Sept. 21, 1786 Samuel Manning with Lydia Horsurn. 

Sept. 24, 1786 Benjamin Stanton, Jr., & Lydia Bracket. 

Oct. 1, 1786 Benaiah Doorc of Lebanon & Experience Andrews of 

Berwfjck). 

Oct. 31, 1786 Joseph Pray, 3rd, & Dorcas Yeaton. 

Nov. 27, 1786 Nehemiah Butler & Molly Yeaton. 

Jan. 2, 1787 Elisha Lord, 3rd, & Dorcas Goodwin. 

Jan. 9, 1787 Isaac Stillings & Olive Libbey. 

Jan. 25, 1787 Joseph Spencer of Somersworth & Nabby Scates of Ber- 
wick. 

Mar. 15, 1787 Silas Hall of Falmouth & Hannah Neal of Berwick. 

Mar. 21, 1787 Aaron Goodwin & Sally Hubbard. 

Apr. 5, 1787 Joseph Scates & Hannah Keay. 

May 3, 1787 Joseph Jcllison & Sally Grant. 

June 14, 1787 Isaac Stanton & Sarah Stanton. 

July 5, 1787 Daniel Eastes, Jr., & Patience Heirl. 

July 19, 1787 Elijah Stanton of Middletown & Ella Stanton of Berwick. 

Aug. 23, 1787 Elijah Goodwin & Sally Lord. 

Oct. 23, 1787 Moses Philpot of Somersworth & Deborah Randall of 

Berwick. 

Nov. 5, 1787 Simeon Goodwin with Mary Goodrich. 

Nov. 22, 1787 Thomas Murray & Mary Lord, both of Berwick, now 

residents of Lebanon. 

Nov. 29, 1787 John Foye and Anna Jones. 

Jan. 30, 1788 Joseph Shorey <fe Dorcas Ricker. 

Jan. 31, 1788 John Eastes & Alice Hardison. 

Mar. 3, 1788 Thomas Jellison <fe Hannah Warren. 

Mar. 13, 1788 Tobias Jones & Betty Miles. 

May 8, 1788 Thomas Butler, Jr., & Dorcas Hodsdon. 

July 10, 17S8 Daniel Downs, Jr., <fe Tamson Ricker. 

Aug. 7, 1788 Jacob Remick & Abigail Bracket. 

Aug. 17, 1788 James. Goodwin, 3rd, & Love Sherburne. 

Aug. 21, 1788 Joshua Emery, Jr., & Hannah Goodwin. 

Sept. 7, 1788 Benjamin Hodsdon, Jr., & Meribah Abbot. 

Oct. 2, 1788 William Huntress & Betsey Warren. 

Oct. 16, 1788 Moses Brackett & Sarah Heard. 

Oct. 23, 1788 Benjamin Grant of Cox-hall & Sarah Hamilton of Berwick. 

Oct. 27, 17SS John Gowel & Elizabeth Libby. 

Nov. 6, 17S8 David Twombley of Rochester <fe Mary Hodsdon. 

Nov. 11, 1788 Ebenezer Ricker & Mary Butler. 

Nov. 13, 1788 Paterick Manning & Mary Mclntire. 

Nov. 20, 17SS Joseph Nocks <fe Anna Downs. 

Dec. 4, 17SS John Witheril of Rochester & Sarah Sanborn. 

Dec. 7, 17S8 David Downs <fc Lydia Lord. 

Dec. 11, 17S8 Stephen Shorey with Abigail Libbey. 

Dec. 11, 1788 Fortune Yeaton of Somersworth with Jane Wise of Ber- 
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Jan. G, 1789 Shipway Goodwin with Katherinc Abbot. 

Jan. 11, 1789 Nathan Murray with Olive Pike. 

Jan. 15, 1789 Benjamin Hodedott. 3rd, with Kczia Goodwin. 

Jan. 29, 1789 Gideon Dearing of Sanford frith Mary Stanley of Berwick. 

Feb. 13, 17S9 Jonathan Hanson of Lebanon k Hannah Stanton of 

Berwick. 

Feb. 26, 1789 Ephraim Butler k Lydia Libbey. 

Mar. 10, 1789 Gershom Hanson k Dorcas Lord. 

Apr. 9, 1789 Ebenezer Hodsdon <fe Sarah Nocks. 

May 5, 1789 James Horsum k Sally Grant. 

May 10, 1789 Nathaniel Barker of Francisbow k Hannah Hodsdon of 

Berwick. 

May 11, 1789 Samuel Butler, Jr., k Anna Shorey. 

May 14, 1789 Aaron Kicker k Elizabeth Libbey. 

May 21, 1789 John Goodrich, Jr., k Betsey Wentworth. 

Aug. 30, 1789 Peter Pray, Jr., k Polly Palmer. 

Sept. 24, 1789 Benjamin Courson of Rochester k Betsey Smith of Berwick. 

Sept. 24, 1789 Charles G. Clark k Sarah Holmes. 

Sept. 27, 1789 William Mathie k Elizabeth Merriam. 

Oct. 5, 1789 Winthrop Benjamin Norton k Dorothy Gowel. 

Oct. 10, 17S9 Timothy Hubbard k Jane Pike. 

Oct. 10, 17S9 Jonathan Stevens <fe Betsey Gray. 

Nov. 10, 1789 Reuben Hamilton k Huldah Randal. 

Dec. 10, 1789 Samuel Legrove of Lebanon k Martha Appleby of Berwick. 

Jan. 21,1790 Ebenezer Jones, Jr., of Lebanon k Molly Scates of Berwick. 

Feb. 18, 1790 Ephraim Ricker of Somersworth k Susanna Faul of Ber- 
wick. 

Feb. 25, 1790 John Faul k Dorcas Wentworth. 

Apr. 26, 1790 Jesse Colcord k Charlotte Warren. 

June 21, 1790 Joshua Roberts, Jr., k Sarah Hooper. 

Aug. 5, 1790 Nathaniel Merriam k Mehetable Hayes. 

Aug. 12, 1790 Paul Stone, Jr., k Hannah Bracket. 

Sept. 6, 1790 Davies Varney of Somersworth <fe Martha Goodwin of 

Berwick. 

Sept. 7, 1790 Levi Applebey k Eunice Goodwin. 

Sept. 12, 1790 Daniel Woodsum k Mary Andrews. 

Sept. 16, 1790 Richard Horn of Lebanon k Patty Hooper of Berwick. 

Nov. 11, 1790 Moses Downs k Betsey Downs. 

Dec. 2, 1790 Moses Goodwin k Elizabeth Keen. 

Dec. 9, 1790 John Hooper, 3rd, k Elizabeth Shorey. 

Dec. 12, 1790 Samuel Goodrich k Meribah Hodsdon. 

Jan. 25, 1791 William Clark, Jr., k Susanna Libbey. 

Feb. 17, 1791 Samuel Bracket, Jr., <fe Adah Hooper. 

Feb. 24, 1791 Benjamin Eastes k Dolly Roberts. 

Feb. 27, 1791 John Libbey k Molly Gowen, both of Lebanon. 

Apr. 3, 1791 Joseph Ricker k Dolly Varney. 

June 9, 1791 James Hamilton k Mehetabel Bracket. 

June 13, 1791 James Gray k Hannah Murray. 

June 27, 1791 James Hanscum k Elizabeth Chick. 

July 31, 1791 Andrew Shepard of Kittery k Eunice Goodwin of Berwick. 

Aug. IS. 1791 Simeon Lord k Polly Frost. 

Sept. 5, 1791 Simeon Andrews k Sarah Chick. 

Sept. 8, 1791 Benjamin Wentworth k Mercy Lord. 

Oct. 2, 1791 William Dearing of Sanford k Man' Hatch. 

Oct. 2, 1791 Samuel Kendrick of Pepperelborough k Ruth Warren of 

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Oct. 2, 1791 James Murray & Nabby Butler. 

Oct. f>, 1791 Joshua Staple, Jr., & Elizal>eth Staple. 

Oct. 23, 1791 Ebenezer Walker & Lydia Kni K ht. 

Nov. 10, 1791 William Keay & Betsey Wentworth. 

Dec. 22, 1791 Stephen Wentworth <fc Sally Nutter. 

Dec. 29, 1791 Isaac Morey of Somersworth <fe Hannah Smith of Ber- 
wick. 

Jan. 5, 1792 Nathaniel Willey of Shapleigh <fe Sarah Worster of Berwick. 

Jan. 5, 1792 Reuben Hayes <fe Elizabeth Ricker. 

Feb. 9, 1792 Jonathan Ricker & Hannah Spencer. 

Feb. 22, 1792 Aaron Abbott & Hannah Rollins. 

Feb. 27, 1792 William Staple & Sarah Hill. 

Mar. 1, 1792 William Lord, Jr., & Experience Wentworth. 

Mar. 6, 1792 John Brewster <fe Olive Prime. 

Mar. 8, 1792 William Smith & Polly Tucker. 

Mar. 8, 1792 Ruben Randal of Somersworth <fe Dorcas Holmes of Ber- 
wick. 

Mar. 29, 1792 Thomas Dennet of Kittery <fe Polly Pray of Berwick. 

April 27, 1792 Thomas Rankens & Sally Jellison. 

June 11, 1792 Ebenezer Nowel & Rachel Grant. 

June 13, 1792 Stephen Clark & Agness Libbey. 

July 12, 1792 Moses Smith <fe Susanna Bracket. 

July 19, 1792 Nathan Nason & Polly Emery. 

Aug. 2, 1792 Tobias Fernald of Berwick <fe Sally Pray of Lebanon. 

Aug. 30, 1792 Nathaniel Hobbs & Patience Nowel. 

Sept. 27, 1792 John Hamilton & Hannah Thurril. 

Oct. 19, 1792 Jeremiah Goodrich & Sarah Wentworth. 

Oct. 28, 1792 Moses Butler, 3rd, & Dorcas Ricker. 

Nov. 2S, 1792 Ebenezer Jacobs of Sanford & Elizabeth Hammond of 

Berwick 

Nov. 29, 1792 Richard Yeaton & Molly Gubtel. 

Dec. 3, 1792 William Gould of Kittery & Mary Holmes of Berwick. 

Dec. 24, 1792 Paul Heard & Molly Stillings. 

Dec. 27, 1792 Ephraim Twombley & Joanna Wentworth. 

Jan. 3, 1793 Moses Ricker of Limerick & Molly Hanscum. 

Jan. 8, 1793 Ebenezer Turner Boltwood & Lydia Hodsden. 

Feb. 28, 1793 Peter Horn, Jr., of Rochester & Eunice Wentworth of 

Berwick. 

Mar. 17, 1793 Hunkin Dennet & Nabby Ricker. 

Mar. 28, 1793 Elijah Hayes, Jr., & Polly Grant. 

Apr. 11, 1793 Enoch Lord & Betsey Frost. 

Apr. 23, 1793 John McCrielles, Jr., of Lebanon & Lydia Shorey of Ber- 
wick. 

Apr. 29, 1793 Ichabod Libbev & Molly Keay. 

May 23, 1793 Benjamin Frost & Abigail Lord. 

June 16, 1793 Mark Prime & Sally Tebbetts. 

July 4, 1793 Isaac Morrel & Hannah Stanley. 

July 18, 1793 Job Wood & Jane Lord. 

July 25, 1793 Aaron Chick, Jr., & Susanna Fogg. 

July 29, 1793 Alexander Prime <fc Apphia Kenniston. 

Aug. 1, 1793 Daniel McCrielles & Polly Ricker. 

Aug. 15, 1793 Ichabod Goodrich <fc Dorcas Gubtel. 

Aug. 25, 1793 Gershom Horn of Somersworth <fc Lydia Roberts of Ber- 
wick. 

Sept. 5, 1793 Jedediah Goodrich, Jr., & Sarah Guptel. 

Sept. 12, 1793 James Kimball of Rochester & Mary Guptell of Berwick. 

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1708 


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1793 


Apr. 


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10, 


1794 


Apr. 


13, 


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May 


29, 


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June 


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22, 


1794 


July 


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1794 


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4, 


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27, 


1794 


Sept. 


28, 


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Oct. 


2, 


1794 


Nov. 


27, 


1794 


Dec. 


7, 


1794 


Dec. 


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Dec. 


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Jan. 


11 


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Mar. 


19 


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Apr. 


13 


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June 


7 


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July 


23 


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3 


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12 


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Oct. 


29 


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Nov. 


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1795 


Nov. 


2 


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Nov. 


3 


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19 


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19 


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26 


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18 


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Jan. 


24 


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25 


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Feb. 


8 


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Feb. 


18 


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Feb. 


18 


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Mar. 


2 


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Mar. 


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Mar. 


16 


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Apr. 


26 


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May 


5 


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June 


2 


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8 


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Nov. 


5 


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Nov. 


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Jacob Goodwin & Joanna Stanton. 

Ithiel Scatcs of Rochester <fe Ruth Clark. 

Charles Pray of Berwick <fc Sally Garvin of Somers worth. 

Jonathan Nute of Dover & Abigail McCarril of Berwick. 

Moses Pray, Jr., of I>ebanon <fc Rachel McCurril of Berwick. 

John Grant & Elizabeth Clark. 

Ebenezer Wells &. Hannah Morrill. 

John Hamilton, Jr., & Sally Hodsden. 

Dodavar Scates of Rochester <k Lydia Manning of Berwick. 

Richard Wentworth, Jr., & Lydia Lord. 

Nathaniel Hooper & Betsey Nowell. 

Enoch Morrill <fc Jane Frost. 

Simon Tebbetts of Sanford & Tirzah Lord of Berwick. 

Phinehas Yeaton <fc Phebe Wentworth. 

William Clark &. Lydia Libbey. 

John Horsum & Jemima Smith. 

Elisha Whitehouse of Somersworth <fc Sally Goodwin of 
Berwick. 

Ebenezer Winn of Lebanon & Olive Goodwin of Berwick. 

Daniel Andrews & Molly Heard. 

Isaac Reed & Susanna Keay. 

Edmund Coffin of Shapleigh & Martha Randall of Ber- 
wick. 

Joseph Mason of Limerick & Anna Hayes of Berwick. 

Isaac Stanton & Phebe Ricker. 

Moses Clements & Betsey Hanson. 

Henry Perkins of Sanford & Mary Goodwin of Berwick. 

Roger Welch of Effingham & Molly Abbot of Berwick. 

Nathaniel Wentworth & Susanna Wentworth. 

Joseph Fogg, Jr., <fe Phebe Hayes. 

Jonathan Goodwin & Betsey Andrews. 

Andrew Horn & Esther Pierce. 

Samuel Hanscum <fe Sarah Libbey. 

Stephen Furbish of Sanford & Lydia Heard of Berwick. 

Chadbourn Warren <fe Sally Knight. 

Samuel Wentworth & Sally Yeaton. 

John Lord of Lemington & Eunice Libbey. 

Alexander Worster <fe Molly Libbey. 

Benjamin Goodwin <fe Olive Goodwin. 

Joseph Boston <fe Nancy Hammond. 

William Goodwin, Jr., & Molly Yeaton. 

Samuel Murray, Jr., & Martha Barns. 

John Guptel <fe Lois Libbey. 

Ichabod Butler <fe Sally Shorey. 

Reuben Ricker <fc Lydia Murray. 

Joseph Goodrich & Honora Heard. 

Stephen Frost <fe Sally Powers. 

Benjamin Clements <fc Polly Fernald. 

Tristram Fall & Anna Lord. 

Phinehas Graves of Tuftonborough <fc Sarah Hodsden of 
Berwick. 

Nicholas Lord & Elizabeth Hamilton. 

Charles Nisbet of Lebanon <fc Judith Downs of Berwick. 

Colcord & Ella Hobbs of Berwick. 

Benjamin Stone of Shapleigh & Margaret Ricker of Ber- 
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Dec. 8, 179G David Pierce & Dolly Ricker. 

Dec. 15, 1796 Joseph Perkins of Rochester &. Polly McCarrill. 

Jan. 9, 1797 Thomas Kicker <fc Sully Hodsdon. 

Jan. 1G, 1797 Ebenezer Hodsden <fc Sally Went worth. 

Marriages solemnized by Joseph Hilliard, pastor 

Oct. 19, 1797 George Worster & Marcy Tibbctts. 

Nov. 2, 1797 Charles Shorey <fc Molly Chick. 

Nov. 2, 1797 Peter Hanson of Berwick & Abigail Tibbctts of Rochester. 

Nov. 30, 1797 Benjamin Stone & Nabby Goodwin. 

Dec. 29, 1797 Moses Roberts <fe Susannah Hooper. 

Jan. 14, 1798 Samuel Nutter & Eunice Shorey. 

Feb. 20, 1798 Ebenezer Lord of Lebanon & Betsey Pray of Berwick. 

Mar. 11,1798 Ebenezer Tibbctts of Falmouth & Bettey Hays of Berwick. 

Apr. 1, 1798 Joseph Hanson of Shapleigh &, Olive Butler of Berwick. 

Apr. 29, 1798 James Perkins of Lemerick & Mary Hays of Berwick. 

Apr. 29, 1798 Mark Worster & Dorkas Gowcl. 

June 4, 1798 James Boothby of Wells & Martha Thurston of Berwick. 

Sept. 28, 1798 Hiram Hays & Tabitha Nowel. 

Oct. 25, 1798 John Merriam &. Patience Neal. 

Oct. 25, 1798 David Libbey of Lebanon & Alice Libbey of Berwick. 

Nov. 30, 1798 Abraham Pray & Molly Dennit. 

Dec. 6, 1798 Thomas Rogers & Molly Pray. 

Dec. 31, 1798 Josiah Staples <fe Olive Guptail. 

Feb. 28, 1799 Joseph Hardison & Betsey Il[illegible]. 

June 24, 1799 James Twombly of Rochester & Sally Gubtail of Berwick. 

June 24, 1799 Palatiah Butler & Betsey Goodwin. 

July 4, 1799 Daniel Fogg & Peggy Hodgedon. 

July 7, 1799 Andrew Horn & Hannah Nock. 

Sept. 11,1799 Benjamin Butler <fc Sarah Gowell. 

Sept. 24, 1799 Noah Wentworth & Hannah Lord. 

Nov. 26, 1799 Theadore Hays of Lebanon & Experience Lord of Berwick. 

Nov. 28, 1799 Ebenezer Roberts of Somersworth & Sally Roberts of 

Berwick. 

Dec. 30, 1799 Benjamin Wentworth of Lebanon & Molly Holmes of 

Berwick. 

Jan. 9, 1800 Jonathan Goodridge & Dorcas Hodsdon. 

Feb. 12, 1800 Samuel Shorey of Kittery & Susanna Pray of Berwick. 

May 15, 1S00 Elisha Allen & Polly Pray. 

May 25, 1800 Waldron Kennison & Rebecca Prime. 

June 26, 1800 George Stanton <fe Dorcas Hanson. 

July 3, 1800 Benjamin Heard & Joanna Chadbourn. 

July 3, 1800 Samuel Keys & Phealy Shorey. 

Aug. 7, 1800 Enock Varnum of Lebanon & Sally Worster of Berwick. 

Sept. 29, 1800 John Hammond & Polieme Lord. 

Oct. 26, 1S00 Moses Roberts <fc Nancy Butler. 

Nov. 27, 1800 Jonathan Grant & Polly Clark. 

Nov. 27, 1800 Ebenezer Barker of Cornish & Betsey Fall. 

Dec. 2, 1S00 Palatiah Pray of Lebanon <fe Joanna Fernald of Berwick. 

May 13, 1801 Humphrey Lord & Nabby Gowen. 

June 1, 1801 Samuel Stilling & Polly Bracket. 

June 23, 1S01 John B. Hanson of Lebanon & Dorkas Libbey of Berwick. 

June 28, 1S01 Levi Chick & Joanna Andrews. 

Sept. 10, 1S01 Eliphalet Rendal & Elenor Libbey. 

Oct. 11, 1S01 Joshua Pierce of Lebpnon <fe Marcy Pierce of Berwick. 

Oct. 11, 1S01 Charles Goodwin & Experience Fall. 



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7, 


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0, 


1801 


Nov. 


26, 


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Nov. 


2G, 


1801 


Nov. 


29, 


1801 


Nov. 


29, 


1801 


Jan. 


22, 


1802 


Marcl 


i 9, 


1802 


June 


8, 


1802 


Sept. 


30, 


1802 


Oct. 


H, 


1802 


Nov. 


25, 


1802 


Nov. 


25, 


1802 


Nov. 


25, 


1802 


Dec. 


9, 


1802 


Dec. 


29, 


1802 


Feb. 


4, 


1803 


Feb. 


17, 


1803 


Feb. 


17, 


1803 


Mar. 


29, 


1803 


May- 


23, 


1803 


June 


12, 


1803 


June 


28 


1803 


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8, 


1803 


Oct. 


23 


1803 


Nov. 


17 


1S03 


Nov. 


24, 


1803 


Nov. 


28, 


1803 


Dec. 


22, 


1803 


Jan. 


22, 


1804 


Feb. 


5, 


1804 


Feb. 


16 


1804 


Feb. 


23 


1804 


Aug. 


21 


1S04 


Nov. 


8 


1804 


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28 


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Jan. 


9 


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Jan. 


24 


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Feb. 


14 


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13 


, 1S05 


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July- 


4 


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18 


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24 


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1 


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2S 


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Dec. 


30 


, 1S05 


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27 


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June 


22 


, 1S06 


Oct. 


2 


, 1806 


Oct. 


7 


, 1S06 



Daniel Chadbourn of Limerick <fe Sarah Hardison of 
Berwick. 

Nathan Butler <fc Adah Chick. 

Samuel Hubbard of Shapleigh <fe Olive Wakefield of Ber- 
wick. 

James Staple <fc Huldah Chick. 

Joshua Grant, Jr., <fc Sally Clements. 

Andrew Clark & Sally Ixjrd. 

Ebenezcr Winn of I>ebanon <fc Abigail Staple of Berwick. 

I>evy George Applebee <fc Either I>ord. 

John Chadbourn <fe Shuah Clement. 

John Scates & Sally . 

Peter Cushing of Rochester <fe Sally Hall of Berwick. 

Samuel Pray <fe Betsey Went worth. 

Samuel Worster <fe Patty Brown. 

James Prime of Sanford <fe Elizabeth Johnson. 

Caleb Frost & Anna Heard. 

Samuel Chick & Johanna Yeaton. 

Joseph Heard & Hannah Bracket. 

William Guptail & Dorkas Abbott. 

Samuel Lord of Lebanon & Peggy Brown. 

Abraham Furbush <fc Molly Heard. 

Miles Bracket, Jr., & Sally Heard. 

Benjamin Goodrich, Jr., <fe Mary Shorey. 

James McGooch of Milton & Lydia Horsum. 

Samuel Lord & Abigail Wentworth. 

David Goodrich & Molly Gubtail. 

Peter Grant & Peggy Gerrish. 

Ebenezer Creasy of Gorham <fc Sally Chick. 

Chadbourn Pray of Lebanon & Nabby Bracket of Berwick. 

John Adams & Betsey Stone. 

William Shorey, Jr., &. Dorcas Yeaton. 

Pelatiah Pierce of Lebanon & Hannah Whitehouse. 

Samuel Goodwin & Betsey Keys. 

Simeon Spencer & Susanna Hamilton. 

David Hodsdon & Jane Fogg. 

Ephraim Varney of Somers worth & Martha Hodsdon. 

Samuel Nock of Lebanon & Lydia Holmes. 

Thomas Nock & Susanna Stanton. 

Moses Ricker of Lebanon & Sally Hanson. 

John Keys <fe Lydia Chick. 

Isaac Hodsdon & Polly Wentworth. 

James Libbey &. Sally Johnson. 

Zechariah Nock & Judith Nock. 

Thomas Wentworth <fc Sally Heard. 

Lemuel Worster & Betsey Wentworth. 

Ebenezer Yeaton of Somersworth <t Polly Chick of Ber- 
wick. 

Isaac Bracket & Dorcas Pray. 

Jeremiah Lord <fe Sarah Cushing. 

Thomas Holmes <fe Sally Vesey [?]. 

William Nock of Lebanon <fe Betsey Nock of Berwick. 

Daniel Austin & Polly Hodsdon. 

Thomas Tibbetts & Love Lord. 

Charles Brown & Lois Butler. 

Roger Copp of Lebanon & Polly Lord. 



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Oct. 19, 1S0G Peter Downs of Shapleigh & Sally Wentworth. 

Nov. 13, 1806 Sayward Hobbs of Wells k Sally Hall. 

Nov. 20, 180G James Fogg <fe Olive Hodsdon. 

Dec. 11, 180G James Hodsdon <fe Hannah Chick. 

Jan. 1, 1807 Elihu Hayes of Lebanon k Sally Clark. 

Jan. 5, 1807 John Bracket <fe Susannah Heard. 

Feb. 20, 1807 Ichabod Downs of Shapleigh & Olive Horsum. 

Mar. G, 1807 Andrew Neal of York i Anne Bracket. 

Mar. 12, 1807 Samuel Hooper of Madbury <fc Polly Clark. 

Apr. 2, 1807 Joseph Nock & Charity Ellis. 

May 21, 1807 Benjamin Austin of Somersworth <fc Betsey Jones of Ber- 
wick. 

Sept. 2, 1807 Joseph Nock <k Hannah Ricker. 

Sept. 17, 1807 Isaac Fogg 6c Susannah Hays. 

Nov. 12, 1807 Daniel Stone & Sarah Chadbourn. 

Nov. 15, 1807 Paul Wentworth & Ruth Wentworth. 

Nov. 29, 1807 Jonathan Hubbard & Hannah Paul. 

Dec. 30, 1807 John Staples & Nabby Heard. 

June 30, 1808 Mark Libbey & Olive Lord. 

June 30, 1808 John Whitehouse & Mary Stone. 

June 30, 1808 John Perkins <fe Deborah Hays. 

Aug. 18, 1808 Levi Bracket & Mercy Hall. 

Aug. 25,1808 Thomas Witherbee of Sanford & Sally Manning of Berwick. 

Nov. 10, 1808 John Fogg & Levi Pray. 

Nov. 23, 1808 George Worster & Olive Greenleaf. 

Nov. 23, 1808 David Horsum & Lydia Nock. 

Nov. 24, 1S08 James Gubtail & Lydia Gowel [?]. 

Jan. 1, 1809 James Johnson & Nancy Pikcot. 

Jan. 26, 1S09 Andrew Neal & Patience Norwel. 

Jan. 30, 1809 William Waymouth & Shuah Hammond. 

Feb. 2, 1809 Jotham Ross & Dorkas Stone. 

Mar. 26, 1S09 Nahum Heard & Abigail Keys. 

Apr. 17, 1809 Isaac Gowen & Mercy Chick. 

June 18, 1809 Jacob Lord & Betsey Ricker. 

July 30, 1809 Nathaniel Gubtail & Sally Gowen. 

Nov. 9, 1809" William Ellis & Susan Pierce. 

Nov. 30, 1S09 Timothy Wentworth & Betsey Ricker. 

Mar. 10, IS 10 Aaron Rogers & Clarisie Turner (?]. 

April 29, 1S10 Ebenezer Abbott & Dorcas Spencer. 

June 23, 1810 John Boothby of Wells & Charlotte Thurston. 

June 10, 1810 Stephen Chase & Bart Emery. 

June 27, 1810 James Thurley of Wells & Apphia Ricker. 

Aug. 2, 1810 John Hall & Merriam Brackett. 

Sept. 2, 1810 Japhet Stone & Polly Flagg. 

Sept. 27, 1810 Simon Hanscom & Betsey Heard. 

Oct. 30, 1S10 Robert Brown of Wells & Abigail Burdeen. 

Nov. 29, 1S10 Reuben Hamilton of Lebanon & Jane Key. 

Jan. 24, 1811 William Gubtail <fc Polly Wentworth. 

Jan. 2S, 1811 James Hobbs & Phebe Knight. 

Feb.. 3,1811 Jonathan Chase & Tirzeah Emery. 

Feb. 3, 1811 Jacob Hays & Ruth Hobbs. 

Feb. 2S, 1S11 James Adams of Sandwich <fe Elizabeth Adams of Berwick. 

Apr. 1, 1S11 Darnel Davis & Pollv Bragdon. 

Oct. 26, 1S1 1 Asa Folsom <fe Sally Chase. 

Nov. 6, 1S11 Samuel BufTam & Mary Neal. 

Nov. 17, 1S11 Simon Frost &. Joanna Chase. 



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1811 


Feb. 


6, 


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26, 


1812 


Apr. 


12, 


1812 


June 


16, 


1812 


June 


16, 


1812 


Aug. 


20, 


1812 


Oct. 


8, 


1812 


Nov. 


1, 


1812 


Mar. 


7, 


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Apr. 


26, 


1813 


June 


9, 


1813 


June 


9, 


1813 


Oct. 


17, 


1813 


Nov. 


18, 


1813 


Dec. 


9, 


1813 


Jan. 


5, 


1814 


Jan. 


31, 


1814 


Feb. 


28, 


1814 


June 


7, 


1814 


June 


19, 


1814 


Oct. 


27, 


1814 


Dec. 


1, 


1814 


Dec. 


25, 


1814 


Dec. 


30, 


1814 


Jan. 


1, 


1815 


Jan. 


12, 


1815 


Jan. 


15, 


1815 


Feb. 


14, 


1815 


Feb. 


19, 


1815 


Mar. 


10, 


1815 


Mar. 


6, 


1815 


Mar. 


6, 


1815 


Mar. 


26, 


1815 


Dec. 


1, 


1815 


Jan. 


7, 


1816 


Feb. 


7, 


1S16 


Mar. 


23, 


1816 


May 


20, 


1816 


Aug. 


28, 


1816 


Dec. 


21, 


1816 


Mar. 


16, 


1817 


Mar. 


20, 


1817 


Aug. 


1, 


1817 


Oct. 


30, 


1817 


Dec. 


4, 


1817 


Jan. 


16, 


ISIS 


Feb. 


17, 


1818 


Feb. 


24, 


181S 


May 


14, 


ISIS 



Samuel Knight <fe Agnos Ricker. 

Isaac Frost <fc Fannie Kicker. 

Benjamin Doore of Milton <fe Polly Bracket. 

Rufus Neal & Sarah BufTarn. 

Levi Leach <fe Lydia Night. 

John Stephen of York <fc Martha Noicc of Newburyport. 

Edmund Neal of York <fc Sarah Chadbourn of Berwick. 

Jonathan Perkins of Lebanon & Olive Gubtail of Berwick. 

Humphrey Grant & Eunice Lord. 

Jacob Lord <fe Theodosia Grant. 

William Quint & Anna Heard. 

John Worster & Nabby Gowel. 

Ira Libby <fe Fanny Lay ton. 

Amos Jones of Milton <fe Martha Lord of Berwick. 

Daniel Ross of Roxbury <fe Joanna Pray. 

David Gubtail & Sukey Neal. 

Chadbourn Warren & Nancy Harvey. 

Moses Weymouth of Berwick <fe Mehitable Wood of York. 

James Harvey of Nottingham & Hope Morrel. 

Louis Hobby <fc Sally Harvey. 

Samuel Hubbard <fe Mary Pierce. 

John Heard [?] &A.bigail Pray. 

Samuel Chick & Harriet Stone. 

Charles Trafton & Betsey Nowel. 

Silas Heard <fe Susan Bracket. 

John Chick & Peggy Perkins. 

Stephen Rendall <fe Elizabeth McDonold. 

James Remick <fe Sally Hays. 

Leonard Boardman of N. Vineyard & Nabby Hobbs. 

James Stanley of Industry & Temperance Hobbs of Ber- 
wick. 

Hiram Shay & Rebecca Chadbourne. 

Nathaniel Shorey & Eliza Frost. 

Humphrey Lord <fc Apphia Vine [?]. 

Samuel Gowen of Sanford & Hannah McCreelis. 

Jeremiah Shaw of Sanford <fe Lydia Hayes of Berwick. 

Barnabas H. Palmer of Dover <fe Betsey Haggens of York. 

Samuel Linscott of York & Lois Keys of Berwick. 

William Waymouth <fe Mehitable Wentworth. 

Samuel Murphy of Lyman <fe Charity Heard. 

John Spencer & Ruth Clark. 

William Dore of Lebanon <fe Agnis Gubtail. 

Thomas Chadwick of So. Berwick & Amy Knox of Ber- 
wick. 

John Clark & Elizabeth Ricker. 

Dorhinicus Stone & Dorkas Goodwin. 

Moses Twombley & Phebe Fogg. 

Samuel Roberts & Dolly Abbot. 

James Hyde of Dover <fe Sabra Clark. 

William Chadbourne of Somersworth <fe Mary Jane Emery 
of Berwick. 

Levi Andrews & Lydia Heard. 

Moses Wentworth of Berwick & Lydia Ricker of So. 
Berwick. 

Peletiah Shorey <fe Sally Fogg. 

At my dwelling house, Dudley Roberts of Rochester <fe 



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265 



June 


25, 


1818 


Aug. 


23, 


1818 


Sept. 


20, 


1818 


Oct. 


4, 


1818 


Dec. 


4, 


1818 


Nov. 


8, 


1818 


Apr. 


14, 


1819 


Jan. 


20, 


1820 


Apr. 


5, 


1820 


Sept. 


III 


1820 


Oct. 


14, 


1820 


Nov. 


14, 


1820 


Nov. 


16, 


1820 


Dec. 


c, 


1820 


Dec. 


21, 


1820 


Mar. 


20, 


1821 


May 


10, 


1821 


May- 


17, 


1821 


May 


21, 


1821 


Nov. 


1, 


1821 


Nov. 


22, 


1821 


Nov. 


29, 


1821 


Nov. 


29, 


1821 


Dec. 


11, 


1821 


Dec. 


27, 


1821 


Dec. 


27, 


1821 


Jan. 


23, 


1822 


Mar. 


6, 


1822 


Aug. 


30, 


1822 


Sept. 


23, 


1822 


Feb. 


16, 


1823 


Mar. 


20, 


1823 


June 


19, 


1823 


June 


26, 


1823 


July 


13, 


1823 


July 


27, 


1823 


June 


12, 


1823 


Oct. 


26, 


1823 



Nov. 16 
Nov. 16 



Feb. 


5, 


1824 


Sept. 


14, 


1S24 


Oct. 


24, 


1824 


Aug. 


15, 


1S24 


Nov. 


29, 


1824 


Jan. 


20, 


1825 


Feb. 


3, 


1S25 



1823 
1823 



Elizabeth Roberta of Somersworth. 

Thomas Task of New Durham <fc Martha Shaw of Berwick. 

Ebenezer Brown <fe Anna Foy. 

Benjamin Lord <fc Polly Hodsdon. 

Maj. Andrew Goodwin of So. Berwick <t Betsey Walling- 
ford of Berwick. 

Parker W. Abbott of So. Berwick & Ilebecca EL Wiggin of 
Berwick. 

Isaac Hobbs & Elizabeth Chick. 

James Haggens & Eunice [?] March. 

Reuben Tebbets & Eunice Hersum. 

Rufus G. Gould <fe Sally Grant. 

Hiram Wentworth & Sally Lord. 

Reuben Goodwin of Lynn & Betsey Pray. 

Moses Foy & Olive Hereum. 

Charles Davis of New Durham <fe Patience Shaw of Ber- 
wick. 

James Tebbetts & Eunice Foy. 

Wentworth Heard & Eunice Staples. 

Linzy Wollice <fc Abigail Cowell. 

Ichabod Tracy <fe Mary Clement. 

John L. Long & Ann E. Stacpole. 

William Brownell of Dover & Lydia Clark of Berwick. 

William Harvey & Apphia Hobbs. 

Peter Stillings & Sally Lord. 

Ruben Goodwin & Dolly Goodwin. 

David Hays of Berwick & Martha Harvey of So. Berwick. 

Charles Downs of Berwick & Dorcas Hodsdon of Lebanon. 

Peter Stillings & Sally Hall. 

Harvey Baker of New Castle & Anna Pray of Berwick. 

Andrew Tate of Tuftonboro & Jane Foy of Berwick. 

Daniel Key & Elizabeth Worster. 

William Dearborn of Milton & Evelina B. Drew of Somers- 
worth. 

Eliger Kenerson of Eaton & Amey Yeaton of Berwick. 

James Clark & La vine Wentworth, both of So. Berwick. 

Elder William Key [or Shay] & Betsey Frost. 

Nathaniel Remick & Anna Heard. 

James Murray of Lebanon <fe Martha Downs of Berwick. 

William Huntress of Portsmouth & Dorothy Butler of 
Berwick. 

Moses Southee [?] & Sally Whitehouse, both of So. Berwick. 

John Goodwin & Mary Noble, both of So. Berwick. 

David Andrews of Berwick <fe Elizabeth Goodwin of So. 
Berwick. 

Moses Varney of Somersworth & Pamela Hanscom of 
Elliot. 

Nicolas Abbott of So. Berwick & Mary Ann Hanscom of 
Elliot. 

Luis Clemants <fe Joanna Goodwin. 

Moulton Tailer of Somersworth & Eliza Beedle of York. 

Samuel Copt [?] <fe Abigail Staples, both of Somersworth. 

Ephraim H. Lampson <fe Elizabeth Clark. 

Daniel Wentworth <fe May J. Twombly. 

James Lord <fe Ann Tibbetts. 

Nathaniel Frost & Mehitable Allen. 



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[Oct. 



Mar. 3, 1826 



Feb. 


9, 


1826 


May 


14, 


182(3 


July 


28, 


182G 


July 


30, 


1826 


Jan. 


11, 


1827 


Apr. 


1, 


1827 


June 


5, 


1827 


June 


14, 


1827 


July 


12, 


1827 


July 


19, 


1827 


Aug. 


12, 


1827 


Nov. 


1, 


1828 


Nov. 


3, 


1829 


Sept. 


1, 


1829 


Dec. 


11, 


1829 


Feb. 


1, 


1830 


Feb. 


25, 


1830 


May 


2, 


1831 


May 


22, 


1831 


July 


1, 


1833 


Nov. 


27, 


1834 


Apr. 


12, 


1835 


May 


10, 


1835 


June 


12, 


1836 


Feb. 


— 


1835 


Oct. 


14, 


1839 


Nov. 


2S, 


1839 




— 


1840 


July 


24, 


1842 


May 


20, 


1843 


Aug. 


11, 


1855 


Aug. 


11, 


1855 


Dec. 


3, 


1S55 


Jan. 


4, 


1856 


Jan. 


15, 


1S56 


Jan. 


19, 


1856 


Mar. 


9, 


1S56 


Mar. 


17, 


1856 


Mar. 


21, 


1856 


Apr. 


15, 


1S56 


May 


24, 


1856 


June 


5, 


1856 


June 


7, 


1S56 


June 


3, 


1S56 



Nahim Goodwin of Berwick <fe Elizabeth Tebbctts of Ber- 
wick. 

Lindscy Wallace <fe Mary Staple. 

Jacob Went worth of Somersworth <fc Hannah Woodsum 
of Berwick. 

Rubra Hays & Sarah Kicker. 

IiConard Wood <fc Adilene Ernery. 

Isaac Worster of Somersworth <fc Julia Hilliard of Berwick. 

Jeremiah Lord <fc Elizabeth Tebbetts. 

Moses Horsum of Lebanon A Agnis Clark of Berwick. 

Wilson Hobbs <fe Sally Goodwin. 

James Clements <t Polly Hays. 

Isaac N. Emerson of Somersworth & Eunice Goodwin of 
Berwick. 

James A. Colbath of Somersworth & Eunice Withcrell of 
Berwick. 

Joseph Avery <fe Olive Hodsdon, both of Somersworth. 

Frederick Hilton of Somersworth <fc Sally Hill of Berwick. 

John Attaway of Tewksbury & Johanna Clark of Berwick. 

Samuel Wilkerson of So. Berwick & Dorkas Frost of 
Berwick. 

Oliver Butler, 2nd, <fe Miss Merriam S. Watson. 

Algernon Sydney Howard of Somersworth & Eleanor 
Seavey of Berwick. 

John O. Adams of Lebanon & Mary Hilliard of Berwick. 

Timothy Hilliard & Mary C. Worster. 

William Lord of Somersworth & Martha Harvey of Ber- 
wick. 

Mr. Ivory Brackett of Palmyra 6c Mary Gowen of Ber- 
wick. 

Mr. John Staples of Elliott <fe Miss Mary Ann Andrews of 
Berwick. 

Mr. Thomas White of Alfred & Elizabeth Lee Hilliard of 
Berwick. 

Joseph Emery <fe Sarah Ann Libbey, both of No. Berwick. 

Mr. John Mclntire of York & Miss Lydia Junkins of York. 

Mr. Washington Leavitt of York & Miss Susan Hans- 
corn of Elliot. 

Mr. Hanson Clements & Lydia Goodridge. 

Zimion Wallingford of Milton & Olte L. G. Hilliard. 

Hiram Key & Olive Butler. 

Frederick Augustus Lord & Sarah Heard. 

Benjamin Barrows & Mary Smith. 

Benjamin Jones <fe Elizabeth White. 

Joshua Brackett & Ann Libbey. 

Joseph Abbott & Elinor Morrill. 

John Hasty <fc Deliverance Page. 

Joseph W'entworth <fe Eunice Shorey. 

Joseph Hodsdon <fe Mar}' Gubtail. 

Foxwell Curtis Cutt & Alary Goodwin. 

Ephraim Hanson & Margarett Lord. 

Samuel Emery <fc Abigail Shackley. 

Ichabod Stacy & Lydia Gubtail. 

Moses Abbott & Elizabeth Kilgore. 

James Lord <fc Mary Chick. 

Ithamar Beedle & Mary Thurrell. 



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June 28, 1856 Joshua Richard & Betty Drew. 

Aug. G, 1856 James Warren <t Klizatjcth Hastey. 

Aug. 12, 1856 John Allen & Sarah Abbott. 

Sept. 9, 1856 Thomas Shorey, Jr., <fe Allicc Hardeson. 

Sept. 30, 1856 John Killgore <fc Elizabeth Brackett. 

Sept. 30, 1856 Charles Butler &. Sarah Cosse. 

Oct. 27, 1856 Jacob Shorey <fc Hannah Cosse. 

Oct. 27, 1856 Stephen Hardison, Jr., & Hannah Scarnmon. 

Oct. 3, 185Q Thomas Hardison & Mary Chadburne. 

27, 1857 Solomon Hambleton & Sarah Keese. 

Mar. 9, 1857 Stephen Perkins <fe Sarah Hambleton. 

Mar. 14, 1857 Henry DufTec & Mary Row. 



GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

[Continued from page 237] 

Gifford-Sargent (continued) 

Contributed by G. Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., of Newport, R. I., 
and communicated by the Committee on English Research 

From De Banco Rolls, Close Rolls, and Patent Rolls* 

Thomas Gyffard, by William Rokesburgh, his guardian, claims again. c t 
John Stokes and Isabel his wife the manor of Heiiden, with appurtenarces, 
which Robert, late parson of the church of Somerton, and Richard Malet, 
chaplain, gave to John GyfTard of Twyford, Knight, and Lucy his wife for the 
lives of the same John and Lucy, and after the deaths of the same John and 
Lucy the same manor was to remain to Thomas, son of the said John, and 
Elizabeth his wife, and after the deaths of John, Lucy, Thomas, son of John, 
and Elizabeth, and of Roger, son and heir of the same Thomas, son of John, 
the same ought to descend to Thomas Gyffard aforesaid, son and heir of the 
said Roger. And the same John GyfTard and Lucy were seised thereof by 
the same grant in the time of Edward III, and after their deaths the same 
remained to Thomas, son of John, and Elizabeth his wife, and they were 
thereof seised, Elizabeth as tenant, and Thomas, son of John, as of fee and 
right in the time of Edward III. And from the same Thomas, son of John, 
after Elizabeth's death, the right descended to Roger, as his son and heir, 
and from him to Thomas, who now claims, as his son and heir. And thereof 
produces suit. 

And John Stokes and Isabel, by William Salman, their attorney, come and 
cannot deny the same. 

Therefore it is agreed that the aforesaid Thomas Giffard recover his seisin 
aganist John Stokes and Isabel of the aforesaid manor, and the said John 
Stokes and Isabel in mercy, etc. (De Banco Rolls, Northamptonshire, 
Trinity Term, 3 Henry V [1415], 618, m. 317.) 

For Thomas Chaumbre and others. John Stokes of Twyford, co. 
Bucks, and Thomas Giffard of Twyford, Esq., acknowledge to owe Thomas 
Chaumbre, Esq., William Vaux, Esq., and Thomas Tresham £200, payable 
to them at Easter next following; if not paid, to be levied from their lands 
and tenements in the said county and elsewhere. Given at Westminster, 5 
February [1429/30]. 

•Preserved in the Public Record Office, London. 



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The condition of this bond is such that if Alianora, daughter of William 
Vaux, Ksq., deceased, shall have sufficient estate for the term of her life of 
the manors of Astewell and Helydon, in co. Northants, and of 2 carucatea of 
land, with appurtenances, in Water Stratford, Bucks, together with all lands, 
rents, reversions, and services which late were Roger Giffard's in the vills ana 
fields of Astewell, Helydon, and Water Stratford, before the Feast of Master 
next following the date of this bond, so that it shall be lawful for the said 
Alianora to make waste in the said manors, lands, and tenements and every 
parcel of the same without impeachment, vexation, or molestation whatso- 
ever during her life, then this bond shall be void and of no effect. (Close 
Rolls, 8 Henry VI [1420-30], 280, m. 13 dorso.) 

Release, dated 1 September, 9 Henry VI [1430], by Thomas Giffard, son 
and heir of Roger GifTard, to John Stokys and Isabel, now his wife, formerly 
the wife of said Roger, of the manor of Twyford, in co. Bucks, and Bekbroke 
and Newnton, co. Oxford, which William Stretele and William Kyng con- 
veyed to Roger GifTard aforesaid, now deceased, and the said Isabel, then his 
wife, and their issue, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Roger. 
(Close Rolls, 9 Henry VI [1430-31], 281, m. 14 dorso.) 

Grant to Nicholas Gifford of Duston, co. Northants, Gent., he having 
paid £297. 14s. into the hands of the treasurer of the Court of Augmenta- 
tions, of the house and site of the late monastery of St. James by Northamp- 
ton, co. Northants, now dissolved, and of the grove called the Great Grove, 
containing about 10 acres, in a street called St. James End, in the parish of 
Duston by Northampton, late belonging to the said monastery, and of the 
water mill, houses, stables, orchards, gardens, etc., within the said site, and all 
pastures, meadows, and lands called Dovehouse Close, Oxclesae, Calves' 
Close, and the Geldyng Close, containing about 19 acres, 1 rood, and 1G 
perches, lying in the parish of Duston, and the 3 spinneys containing about 
1 acre, 3 roods, 16 perches in Duston, whereof two lie next the North Gate 
of £he said monastery and the other on the east of the great orchard of the 
said monastery, and all the meadow, containing about 3S acres, in the com- 
rfion field of Duston, and the field called Abbot's Meadow in Duston, and 
^11 the lands, about 152 acres, in the common fields of Duston, all belonging 
/'to the said monastery, as well as the trees, but excepting any lead, to hold 
as freely and fully as the late Abbot. 

Whereas William Harryetts als Polle has the curtilage called the Feyre 
Yard within the said site, together with the tolls and other profits of the fair 
called St. James Fair, for the term of his life, the King grants the reversion of 
the same, after William Harryetts's death, to the said Nicholas Gifford. 

The said house and site and the messuages, lands, fairs, etc., are of the clear 
yearly value of £16. 6s. 8d., and the same are granted to Nicholas Gifford, 
his heirs and assigns, for ever, to hold of the King in chief by the service of 
the fortieth part of a knight's fee and the yearly rental of 32s. Sd. Dated 
12 September, 37 Henry VIII [1545]. (Patent Rolls, 37 Henry VIII [1545- 
. 46], part 1, no. 768, m. 34.) 

From Probate Records 

The Will of Thomas Gefford, dated 10 October 1511. To be buried in 
the parish church of Twyfofd [co. Bucks]. To Jane, my wife. I charge my 
son upon my blessing to come home and take his wife unto him. Thomas 
Langston and Richard Samwell to make my daughter Mary sure of her 
jointure. Residuary legatees: Jayne, my wife, Thomas Langston, and 
Richard Samwell, and they are to be my executors. Proved IS November 
1511 by Thomas Friser, proctor for Joan, the relict and executrix named in 



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1920] Genealogical Research in England 2G9 

the will. (P.C.C., Fcttiplacc, 4.) [For lon^r abstract of this will sec 
Register, vol. 71, page 170.] 

The Will of Roger Gyfforde of Mydlc Cleydon, co. Bucks, Esq., dat< <1 
24 September 1538. To be buried in the parish church of All Saints in Mydlc 
Cleydon. Whereas I hold the manor of Mydle Cleydon, with appurtenances, 
in the county of Bucks, of Raufe Verney of Penley in the county of Hertford, 
Esq., by his deed dated 14 November, 27 Henry VIII [153.0], for the term of 
ninety-five years yet to come, which lease I purchased for the living of Mary, 
my wife, if she overlive me, and for my own natural sons, I will and l>equeath 
said lease to George Gyfforde, my second son, to John Gyfforde, my eldest 
son, to Rauffe Gyfforde, my third son, to William Gyfforde, my fourth son, 
and to Nycholas Gyfforde, my youngest son, provided that the manner of 
occupation of said manor shall be observed as herein expressed : my son George 
solely to have the occupation of said farm for the term of forty-one years; 
but if said George die during the forty-one years, said grant is then to cease. 
Said George is to pay all rents and charges due by virtue of said lease, during 
his occupation thereof, and is also to pay my said son John Gyfforde during 
his occupation of said lease, at the two usual terms of the year, £20 yearly, 
and if said John die, said George shall pay £20 yearly, equally divided among 
his brethren. After the decease of said George said John Gyfforde shall 
have the occupation of said farm of Cleydon during the term of forty-one 
years; or if said George's term of forty-one years expires, said John shall 
hold the lease for forty-one years; and for lack of him the next brother in 
age, and so the remainder to follow to my other sons until the last of my 
said sons; and when my last son surviving shall die, then any years remain- 
ing shall be granted by him to the heir male of my eldest son John, to have 
and to hold to him, his heirs and assigns, the residue of years yet to come. 
All my other leases I will to my son George Gyfforde, to be ordered in' like 
manner as the lease of the aforesaid manor of Cleydon. If I have not, at 
the time of my decease, paid the £100 I promised my son Nycholas Gyforde, 
then my executors shall pay said Nycholas £100 within one year of my de- 
cease. My said son George shall give to my said wife Mary the annuity 
of 100 markes [?] and meat and drink for her and her maid. To my son 
John Gyfford £100. I forgive my son George his debt of £220, he paying 
within thirteen months after my death to my son William Gyfforde £40 
and to my son Nycholas £40. I freely forgive my son Rauffe Gyfforde the 
£35 he oweth me. Residuary legatee: my wife Mary. Executors: my 
wife Mary and my sons John Gyfforde, George, Rauffe, William, and Nych- 
olas. I set my seal to this my last will and testament this 28 April, 34 
Henry VIII [1542]. 

Bequests of household goods or money to my son John Gifforde, my son 
George, every other of my sons, my godson Roger (my son John Gifforde's 
son), my godson Roger (my son Rauffe Gifforde's son), my godson Thomas 
(my son George's son), my daughter Dawnsty, my sister Fongan, and my 
brother Robert Gyfforde, and mention of my wife Mary Gifforde. 

[Signed] 2 December, 34 Henry VIII [1542], my mother Mary Gyfforde, 
William Smythe, John Mason, and Elyn Gyfforde being then present, on 
the Saturday in the morning, per me, George Gyfford, as commanded by 
my father, the said Roger, on the day and year last stated. Proved 8 
February 1543/4 by Robert Alen, notary public, proctor for the relict, John 
Gyfford, George Gyfford, Rafe Gyfford, William Gyfford, and Nicholas 
Gyfford, the executors named, etc. (P.C.C., Pynnyng, 2.) [For longer ab- 
stract of this will see Register, vol. 71, pages 170-171.] 

The Will of John Gyfforde of Hillesdon, co. Bucks, Esq., dated 3 De- 
cember 1545. To be buried in Hillesdon churchyard. To my three sons, 



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Itoger, John, and Jerrard GifTord, and my two daughters, Anne and Mary 
GifTord, my louse of the f:inn of Scllcsworth, to take the profits for six years, 
after winch I bequeath the same to my eldest son in tail male, with contin- 
gent remainders to my second son Roger, my son John, rny son Jerard in 
t;iil male, the eldest son of my brother George GyfTord, the eldest son of my 
brother Nicholas GifTord, the eldest son or my brother Ralph Gilford in 
tail male, and my right heirs. To my wife Dorothy the farm of the parson- 
age of Hillesdon and £20 a year; after her death the same to my second 
son. Executors: my wife Dorothy and my eldest and my second sons. 
Overseers: my cousin John Arden and Edward GyfTord. [Signed] John 
GifTord. [No witnesses.] Proved 19 November 1547 by the relict and 
William GifTord, the eldest son, with power reserved to Roger, the second 
son, when he shall apply for the same. (P. C. C, Alen, 49.) 

The Will of Nicolas Gefford, dated 16 May 1546. To be buried where it 
shall please Anne my wife, whom I make my sole executrix. To the mother 
church of Peterborough Gd. To Doston church Gs. 8d. To my servant 
Robert 40d. To Wyllm Danby 3s. 4d. To JohnCortilby 3s. 4d. To Agnes, 
my maid, Gs. 8d. To the nurse 3s. 4d. To my loving wife Anne GefTord all 
my goods and moveables, to pay my debts and towards the finding of my 
children and hers between us begotten. Unto the King's Majesty the third 
of my land during the minority of my son, as the law wills, and the other two 
parts of my land unto my said wife Anne, towards her living and the keeping 
of my children during her life; and if my said wife do die and not marry 
again, then I will the disposition of this my will to my brother Georg, desiring 
him to take it upon him. [No signature.] Witnesses: John Smyth, George 
Ansley, Robert Mathes, servant with the said Nicolas Gefford. Proved 15 
September 1546 by the executrix named in the will. (Northampton Wills, 
Book I, 1545-1548, p. 225.) 

THe Will of Thomas Giffarde of Twyford, co. Bucks, Esq., dated 2 No- 
veptfoer 1550. To be buried in Twyford parish church, near my father's 
tomb. To my wife Mary all my plate for her life, and after her death to my 
s£n John, and all my household to her and my said son. To my cousin 
Robert Beck £20. To William Beck £10. To their sister Bridget Beck 
£10. To the said John Gifforde 500 sheep, at his age of twenty-two. To my 
cousin George Gifforde of Middle Cleydon, co. Bucks, Esq., my great 
chain of gold worth £70, he giving my executors in ready money £36, whereof 
I bequeath to my cousin William Gifforde of Thorpe, co. Northants, £5 and 
a cup of silver worth £5 with my name engraved on it, to my cousin Ralph 
Gifforde of Steplecleydon £5 and a like cup, to Thomas Gifforde, son of the 
said George and my godchild, £5 and a like cup, and to my cousins, William, 
Roger, and John Gifforde, sons of my cousin John GifTord, late of Hillesdon, 
deceased, 40s. each. To my cousin William Giffarde of Thorpe my satin 
gown. To my servant Elinor Pakyngton £10 and a house in Twyford 
called the Erics. To my servant John Howndc the tenement in which 
John Barton now dwells in Egecote, co. Bucks, and after his death to my 
daughter Ursula. To my servants Richard Strakare and Joyce his wife the 
house where he now dwells, and to Henry Fraunkelen and Nicholas Hilton 
the houses they dwell in, and my will is that Thomas Wcynman and Ursula 
his wife shall within one year of my decease make assurance of the same to 
them. As to my lands and tenements of the clear yearly value of £1S0, 
^whereof the demesne lands of my manor of Twyford are worth £3 1.1 7s., 
the customary lands £12.1 Is., the demesne lands of my manor of Powndon 
in Twyford £5.1Ss., the customary lands £1 1.17s., the demesnes if the manor 
of Charnedon in Twyford £54 and the customary £18, and lands in Frinpos- 
ford, co. Oxford, £12, in Newnton Jewell and Begbrook, co. Oxford, £10, 



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in Helydon, co. Northants, £ 14.10s., in Water Stratford, co. Bucks, 40s.. 
and in Coggs, (;0 - Oxford, 15s., I give to my wife all my lands in Twyford and 
Stockingc Closes in Chcrndon Field and my mill in Padrnorc Furlong, and to 
my daughter Ursula all my lands in Bcgbrook and Newnton Jewell and in 
Charnedon, and after my wife's decease my lands in Twyford, as agreed on 
her marriage with Thomas Wayneman, in an indenture between Richard 
Waineman, Esq.', deceased, father of Thomas, and myself. The other lands 
mentioned I give to my son John. Executors: my cousin George GifTord of 
Middle Cleydon, co. Bucks, Esq., and Thomas Denton of Hillesdon, co. 
Bucks, Esq. Overseer: my cousin John Ardern of Cotisford, co. Oxford, 
Gent. [Signed] Thomas Giffard. Witnesses: John Hownd, Ric. Strakare, 
Richard Notingham, Nicholas Todd. [Legacies to tenants and servants 
(named).] Proved 7 February 1550 [1550/1] by the executors named in the 
will. (P. C. C., Bucke, 4.) 

The Will of Sir George Giffard of Middle Claydon, co. Bucks, Knight, 
dated 20 November 1556. To the parishes of Middle Claydon, Padburye, 
Stowc, Swanbourne, and Marston, co. Bucks, whereof I am now farmer of 
their parsonages, various legacies. To my wife Philippa £100 of household 
stuff, to be appraised by Sir Richard Morren, clerk, parson of Hardewicke, 
co. Bucks, my cousin Thomas Colwell, John Wilson the Elder, and William 
Faunte of Leicestershire, Esq., who are to make an inventory of all my 
goods. To my son Thomas my best saltcellar with a birrall and a George 
and Dragon in it and a cover. To my daughter Prudence £200 and to my 
daughter Lcttice £200, at their ages of eighteen; if they die before, the same 
to the male children of my late brothers, John, Ralph, and Nicholas GyfTard. 
To my sister Anne GyfTard a gold ring, and the same to my sister Alice 
GyfTard. To my brother Ralph GyfTard my annuity of £5 out of the Min- 
ories for the term of years yet to come. To my son Thomas Gedge £3. 6s. 8d. 
To the executors of my son James Gedge my lease of Waltham Holy Cross 
called Houndesland, in Essex in the parish of Margetting. To my cousins 
and servants John Wilson the Younger, John, Samuel, and Robert Aiton, 
William Curie, and William Haynes 40s. a year. To my cousin Elizabeth 
Hickman 40s., to pray for me. To my wife's eldest son, Edmond Shaa, a 
cup of silver and gilt. To her sons Robert and Thomas Shaa £6. 13s. 4d. 
and all that was bequeathed to them by their late father, Edmund Shaa, 
deceased. To my godson George Giffard, son of my brother Nicholas, my 
annuity of 40s. out of the late priory of Olnescroft, co. Leicester, disssolved. 
To my wife Philippa all my lands and tenements in Fulbroke and Hogshawe, 
co. Bucks, for life, and also the lease of the demesnes of Middle Claydon and 
the farm of the rectories of Padbury, Swanbourne, and North Marston, co. 
Bucks, and after her death the same to my son Thomas, in tail male, with 
contingent remainders, and, in default of male issue, to any other my sons, 
to my said daughters, and to tho heirs male of my brother Nicholas GyfTard. 
To John GyfTard, son of my brother John, £20. To my son Thomas the 
manor and rectory of Stowe and my lands called Parkefeldes, Gorall, and 
Heremytes Fields, co. Bucks, at his age of twenty-one. Executors: Thomas 
Colwell, Gent., Richard Morreyn, clerk, parson of Hardwick, William Faunte, 
Esq., Richard Woodhef, Gent., and my said wife. Overseers: Sir Thomas 
Tresham, Knight, and Thomas Denton, Esq. Residuary legatee: my son 
Thomas. [Signed] George GifTord. Witnesses: John Samuell, Albert 
Tocins, James Dalbon, John Myller, John Smyth. 

Codicil, dated 24 December 1557. I appoint as my executors my wife, 
my cousin Thomas Colwell, and Sir John Ravise, clerk, parson of Middle 
Claydon, and as appraisers of my goods Edmond Wyndesore, Esq., John 
Crooke, Esq., and William Philippes of Buckingham, yeoman of the Queen's 
Guard. To my servant Nicholas Hickman the 40s. bequeathed to his 



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mother Elisabeth, now dead. To my sister Jane Dauntcscy the cup and 
cover of silver and gilt that my lady Anne of Clevc gave me. To my wife 
the lands in Parkfields, co. Bucks, which I bought of George Tyrrell, Esq. 
(Many small legacies to servants, who are named, but DO Crtffofd is among 
them.] Witnesses: John Myller, William Bradbourne, and Agnes GyfTard, 
widow. To the Abbess and Convent of Syon, co. Middlesex, my tithes of 
Elton and Wynster, co. Derby. To my sister Fryscwide Strelley, widow, 
gentlewoman of the Queen's Privy Chamber, a tankard of silver, parcel-gilt. 
[Signed] George GyfTard. Proved 19 January 1557 [1557/8] by Justinian 
Kidde, proctor to Philippa, relict and executrix, with power reserved to the 
other executors; and proved 21 November 15G2 by Thomas Col well and 
John Ravise, clerk. 

On 16 February 1593 a commission was issued to Thomas GifTard, son of 
the deceased, to administer the goods, etc., of the deceased left unadminis- 
tered by the executors, then all dead. (P. C. C, Noodcs, 2.) 

The Will of John Gifford, utter barrister of the Middle Temple, dated 
8 August 1572. To Mrs. Ryseley £20, and to my godson George Ryseley 
£7. To Mr. Ryseley himself £4. To the poor of Twiford £4; I desire 
three peals to be rung and the ringers to have ale and bread. To the poor in 
ten of the poorest towns round Twiford £20. To Lady GifTord, late wife to 
Sir George GifTord, £20. To my cousin Thomas GifTord's wife £8, to buy a 
piece of plate and have my name put thereon. To Richard Straker, my 
father's old man, £4, and to his wife 40s. and my acre of land in Charnedon 
Fields, and after their decease the said land to Peter Roos, Gent., and his 
heirs for ever. To Mrs. Denton, wife of Mr. Denton, my father's executor, 
£20. To my cousin Roger GyfTorde of Hillesdon £20. To my cousin Dr. 
GifTord £10, and to his wife 40s. To Mrs. Rowseley 40s. To Mr. Peacock, 
dwelling in the Old Change, £10. To my cousin Col well 20 marks. Execu- 
tors: "my old companion & fellow," Peter Roos, fellow of the Middle Temple, 
and 1 , William Ryseley of Chittewood, co Bucks, Gent. Overseer: Mr. Pea- 
cock. [Signed] John GifTord. Witnesses: John Peacock, W.P. [sic.] John 
Bere 1 , skinner, John Bratt, skinner, William Ryseley. Proved 23 October 
1572 by Master William Beadle, notary public, proctor to the executors. 
(P.C.C., Draper, 32.) 

The Will of Agnes Gtfford of St. James near Northampton, widow, dated 
18 August 1581. To be buried in the chancel of the parish church of Duston, 
in said county of Northampton, on the south side of the grave of my hus- 
band, Nicholas GyfTord, Gent., if it do please God I depart this life in the par- 
ish of Duston. As to the order of my funeral I do refer to the discretion of 
Roger Gyfford, Gent., my son, whom I make sole executor of this my last 
will and testament. To the poor of Duston 3s. 4d. To the poor of Upton 
6s. 8d. To the poor of Dallington 6s. 8d. To every poor household in St. 
James End 4d. To poor inhabitants of Northampton 10s. To the prisoners 
in the Castle and in the town gaol 10s. To the Vicar of Duston 10s. To 
every servant my son Roger shall happen to have at the time of my death 
12d. To my daughter Amy GyfTord, my son Roger's wife, 40s. to make a 
memorial ring, my best velvet hat, and my cloth riding hood. To the chil- 
dren of my said son Roger GyfTord: to ffrauncis GyfTord, his son and heir, 
my mawdlyn boxx of sylver white; to Thomas GyfTord, his second son, 20s.; 
to Nicholas GyfTord, his third son, my best standing bedstead with feather 
bed, bolster, 2 pillows and a pair of blankets, a white coverlet and my best 
coverlet, 2 pairs of my best sheets, 2 pairs best pillowbeares, 2 chamber 
towels with little white work, a long coffer, a long cushion, a window cloth of 
old silk, and the great press standing in my chamber, to be given him at the 
age of twenty-oqe years, and if he die before that age, the above legacy shall 



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go to his sister Marie GyfTord; to the said Marie GyfTord 20s.; to George 
Gyfford, son of my said son Roger GyfTord, 20s. To my said son Roger 
GyfTard the use of 3 bowls of sylver and 5 sylver spoons for his natural life, 
and on his death I will that they remain to his next heir innle, and so from 
heir male to heir male. Whereas my son-in-law Hugh Sergent standeth 
bound to me in obligation of 20 marks, with condition he pay £10 unto such 

Cerson or persons as I shall by rny last will or other writing appoint, I 
equeath 40s. thereof to my son Thomas Colwell, to make a ring, and if he 
die before me, then to my nephew Thomas Colwell; to my daughter Barbara 
Colwell 20s. of the said £10, to make a ring; to my son George GyfTord 40s., 
to make a ring; to my daughter Anne GyfTord, his wife, 20s., to make a ring; 
to his sons: to Richard GyfTord 20s., to Roger GyfTord 20s., and to Edward 
GyfTord 20s.; the 40s. residue of the £10 I give to Gerves Morton, my son- 
in-law, to buy him a mare. To my son Thomas Colwell the use of 1 goblet 
of silver which my father gave me, for life, and on his death it is to remain to 
Richard Colwell, his son, and then from next male heir to next male heir. 
To my son Thomas Colwell 3 silver spoons for life, and on his death they are 
to be divided between his sons, Richard, John, and Thomas. To Lucy Col- 
well my best petticoat and 40s. Certain sheep I gave to Thomas Colwell, 
my son, as the beginning of a stock to be divided among his children, I will 
my said executor do see the same divided among the said children, Richard 
Colwell, John Colwell, Thomas Colwell, Lucye Colwell, Tecla Colwell, Marie 
Colwell, and Agnes Colwell. To the said Thomas Colwell a gold piece of 20s. 
To my son George GyfTord the use of 1 silver salt and 6 silver spoons for 
life, to remain to his next heir male on his decease, and so from heir male to 
heir male, and 2 angels. To my daughter Margrett Sargeant my ring with 
the Turk's stone, half my linen wearing apparel and the chest wherein it 
lieth, my best cloth gown caped with velvet, and my cloke, safegarde, and 
skarff. The other half of my linen wearing apparel I give to the daughters 
of my daughter Margrett, to be divided between them at her discretion, 
saving that I will out of my said linen wearing apparel Elizabeth Edwards 
and Agnes Sergeant shall have each of them one of my best smocks, 
all my fine neckerchers made and unmade, and 4 pairs of cuffes, except my 
third best smock, my best kercher and neckkercher of holland, and 1 pair of 
cuffes that I bequeathed to Elizabeth Allyne. To Elizabeth Edwards my 
cloth gowne furred and my second best kirtle. To my son-in-law Thomas 
Waldram 20s., for a ring. To my daughter Marie Waldram, his wife, my 
best stuff gown, my best kirtle, and my french hood. Whereas my said son- 
in-law Gervis Morton has already had of me £3. 6s. 8d. for a stock of sheep 
to benefit his children, I require my said executor to see such flock be con- 
tinued to such time as the said children -come to the age of twenty-one or be 
married. To my maid my working-daie petticoat, my working-day kirtle, 
one smock, and one of my working-daie neckerchers. Residuary legatee 
and executor: my son Roger Gyfford. [No witnesses.] Proved 2S March 
1584 by the executor named in the will. 

I, Agnes Gyfford of St. James nigh Northampton, wydow, commonly 
called Anne Gyfford, ordain this my last will and testament concerning the 
disposition of such lands and hereditaments as I am seized of in fee simple, 
in manner following: 

One messuage and backsyde, with appurtenances, lying in St. James End, 
nigh Northampton, having the street called Harper Street on the north and 
my purchased close called Abbot's Close on the south and west, which said 
messuage I purchased of Roger Carrell, Gent. And the Abbott's Close lying 
in St. James End aforesaid, having the highway to Duston on the east side 
and a close now Frauncis SamweH's, Gent., and Duston Common Meade on 
the south and a close called the Gridiron Close on the west, which I pur- 



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chased of Edward Watson and Henry Herdson, Gent. And am likewise 
seised in fee of 2 parcels of pasture lying in St. James, one piece on the east 
side by the late Church of St. Margrett'R in St. James and the other on the 
west side of the churchyard, with 2 pieces I bought from Roger Carrell. 

My will is that George Gyffard, my son, shall have all and single the said 
messuage and backside, Abbott's Close, and 2 parcels of pasture, with all 
premises and appurtenances thereto belonging, for and during his life, and 
on his death they shall remain to such person as is his wife, and on her df.it h 
to the next heir male of the said George, and in default of such issue to 
Thomas Colwell, my son, and Barbary Colwell, his wife, to them and thfir 
heirs male, and in default of such issue to Roger GyfTord, my son, and to 
his heirs male, and in default of such issue to the right heirs of me, Agnes 
GyfTord, for ever. 

In witness whereof I do set my hand and seal the 16th January 15G9. 

Proved 28 March 1584 by Roger GyfTord, the executor named in the will. 
(Northampton Wills, Book V, 1578-1589, pages 138 et seq.) 

The nuncupative Will of Roger Giffarde of St. James near Northampton, 
declared 2G September 1591. 

I have made no will and therefore I pray you that are present to bear wit- 
ness that this is my last will and testament: 

To divide my goods among my children, they would be very small amongst 
them; therefore my will is my wife shall have all my goods to the use and 
benefit of herself and my children towards her living, and in consideration 
she shall be good to her poor children and mine. Also my will is that she 
shall have two parts of my lands, and the third part must descend to my 
son ffrauncis according to the course of law, which I cannot give from him. 
Also, as there are some debts between my brothers George Giffarde, Thomas 
Colwell, and Hughe Sargiant, and myself, my will is to forgive them all and 
any, though the debt that my brother Colewell oweth me "was a part of thy 
legacy given to thee by thy good father, yet I pray thee forgive it him for 
my sake." 

This was the last will which Roger Giffarde of St. James in the county 
of Northampton hath declared the 26th of September 1591, in the presence 
of the parties hereunder specified, viz., Amye Giffarde, ffrauncis Giffarde, 
George Giffarde, John Brocke. 

Commission to administer the goods of the deceased was granted 29 Octo- 
ber 1591 to Amye, relict of the deceased, in the person of William Paynter, 
notary public and procurator for the said Amye. (Northampton Wills, 
Book Y, 1591-1594, page 2.) 

The Will of Phillipp, Lady Gifforde, widow, late wife of Richard Nor- 
ton, Esq., and before of Sir George Gifford of Middle Claydon, co. Bucks, 
Knight, and sometime of Edmond Shaa, citizen and haberdasher of Lon- 
don, dated 1 November 1593. To be buried in the chancel of the parish 
church of Middle Claydon, near my late husband, Sir George Gifford. My 
sons and their wives, my daughters and their husbands, and my servants 
and my old servants, Thomas Winchester, Thomas Maye, Thomas Rades, 
and his wife Joan, shall have mourning at my charges. My executors shall 
purchase lands sufficient to the value of £7 a year and shall convey the same 
to themselves, my son Thomas Gifford, Francis Poor, and Edmund Shaa, 
for the churchwardens of Middle Claydon yearly to distribute to five poor of 
Middle Claydon, East Claydon, or Steeple Claydon 20d. every Sunday, that 
is, to each 4d., and to 20 poor folks on the Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle* 
40s. and on Good Friday 6s. 8d. I have already distributed my plate, jewels, 
and household stuff among my children. My piece of new linen cloth in a 

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bag, my shroud being cut out, shall be divided among my four children, 
Thomas GifTord, Edmund Shaa, Prudence Poore, and Lettis Verncy. To 
my cousin Walter Curzun my tablet that I wore on my neck. To my son 
Edmund Shaa the cross I wore on my arm. To my niece Barbara, wife of 
my cousin Col well, deceased, £3. Gs. 8d. To my servant Alice Caverley 
my feather bed, bought of my nephew Sexten. [Legacies to Mary Nut- 
browne and William Brathwayle.] Executors: my friends Richard Grawntc 
and Walter Curzon of Addington, co. Bucks, Esquires. Overseers: my sons 
Thomas GifTord and Edmund Shaa and my son-in-law Francis Poore, Esq. 
(Signed] Phillipp GifTord. Witnesses: Thomas GefTorde, Francis Poore, 
William Braithwaite, Alice Caverley. To John Harrison, who[m] I brought 
up, £6. 13s. 4d. Proved 14 November 1503 by Master Thomas Browne, 
notary public, proctor to Richard Grawnte and Walter Curzon, Esquires, the 
executors named in the will. (P. C. C, Nevell, 79.) 

The Will of Amte Giffard of St. James, co. Norths, widow, dated 2S 
May 1G1S. To be buried in that part of the Church of All Saints, North- 
ampton, where Ffrancis Samwell, Esq., and Mary Sam well, his wife, my father 
and mother, with other of my kindred, are buried. To the poor people who 
shall comes to St. James the day of my funeral 40s. To Marie GifTard, my 
daughter, an annuity of 20 marks, to be paid yearly, during her life, at St. 
James aforesaid, upon the 25th day of July, provided that if my' said daughter 
Marie shall survive Alexander Mores, her now husband, and any children 
living at the time of the decease of the said Alexander, my executor shall 
pay the said Marie 200 marks within twelve months next after notice is 
given to the said Francis of the death of the said Alexander, at St. James 
aforesaid, and that on the payment of the 200 marks the annuity shall cease 
and become utterly void. To my daughter Marie the feather bed in my 
mother GifTard's chamber, whereon my son George did sometime lie, and 
also 1 bolster, 2 pillows, 2 blankets, a coverlet, 2 pairs flaxen and 2 pairs 
hempen sheets, 2 tablecloths (1 flaxen and 1 hempen), 18 flaxen table napkins, 
18 hurden napkins, a towel, the chest in the little study, 6 pewter platters, 
6 pewter dishes, 6 pewter saucers, the best brass pot in the kitchen, a little 
brass pot, a brass possnett, half "my yaren woll in the arriall," a linen whele, a 
long chest in my lodging chamber, the painted box therein and all the linen 
in it, my trunk next the window, all my wearing apparel both linen and 
woollen, "except my wedding gowne sieves and satten kirtle," half the black 
wool in the arrial, half the hemp and tow in the arriall, my best hat, my 
pillion cloth, cloke, and safegard, the great chest in my mother GifTard's 
chamber, with its contents, a little ring of gold, with an A. G thereon, "in 
my hollidaie purse," a pair of curtains of red and yellow, my holiday purse, 
the little skillet, and all the little boxes in the cupboard table in my lodging 
chamber, except one I give to my daughter Elizabeth GifTard. To George 
GifTard, my son, 200 marks on his day of marriage, or within one month of 
his being preferred into some good office or some good course, state, or con- 
dition of life; and my will is that my said son George shall take the advice 
of my executor and overseer, or the survivor of them, and I will my executor 
pay the said George 20 marks yearly on the 25th, of July as interest for the 
200 marks until the said George receive them. To the said George the bay 
mare he now useth, 1 feather bed, 1 bolster, 2 blankets, 1 coverlet, 1 pillow, 
1 pair of pillowbeares, half my black wool in the arriall, and 2 pairs of hempen 
sheets; he shall be furnished with bands and cuffes according to the por- 
tion of holland and cambric out of the black box, and the rest of the lawn 
and cambric in the said box I will to my daughters Elizabeth and Marie. 
To my son George 40s., to pay his debts, and linen out of one of the boxes 
given to my said daughter Marie, to make him 2 shirts. To Thomas Gif- 

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fard, my son, 100 marks, to bo paid within the twelve months next after my 
decease, at St. James aforesaid, and also a basin and ewer of pewter, the Ixsst 
brass pot in the "woll-house," the l>edstead in the Cliapixjll Chamber, a 
saltcellar, a feather bed, a mattress, 1 bolster, 2 blankets, 1 coverlet, 2 pil- 
lows, 1 white rug, and the chest at the bed foot — all in the Chappell Cham- 
ber, all my books which my said son Thomas gave me, the G newer < -u-hions 
in the great chamber, the press in my mother Giffard's chamlxir, the long 
cushion in the chest in the study, the window cushion and window cloth be- 
longing to the Chappell Chamber, half the trenchers in the press in the 
great chamber, my second-best kettle and dripping pan, the great square 
chest at my lodging chamber door, 2 of my best bord cloths, 2 finer towels, 
2 hurden towels, 2 pairs hurden sheets in the chest in the great chamber — 
the rest there I give to my son Francis Giffard, 18 flaxen napkins, 18 hurden 
table napkins, 2 pairs hempen sheets, 1 plate of pewter, and half the boards in 
the woll house. To Elizabeth Giffard, my daughter-in-law, wife of my said 
son Thomas Gifford, 2 pairs flaxen sheets, 2 pairs hempen sheets, 2 pairs pil- 
lowbeares, 1 pair down pillows, in the Chappell Chamber chest, the t>cst 
pair of brazen candlesticks (except one pair to be given to my daughter 
Jane Giffard), a pewter basin, a linen whele, half my woll in the buttery (ex- 
cept black woll), half my coopryc ware, half my glasses and glass bottles, a 
little coffer, half my baskets, my marriage gowne, sieves thereto, and my 
satten kirtle, the great jug pott, half my tow and hemp in the arriall and 
buttery, 2 blanket cloths in the arriall, 2 end cushions, a little posnett, and 
"a drie ffatt at the starr chamber dore," all my cruell to be divided between 
my daughters Marie and Elizabeth aforesaid. To Ffrauncis Giffard, my son, 
1 tablecloth, a towel, 12 table napkins, all wrought with laide worke, a great 
bedstead in the great chamber, with the down bed, feather l>cd, and mat- 
tress, 2 bolsters, 2 pillows, a coverlet, the press, chests, tables, the frames, 
the form stools, 2 carpets, the 6 greatest cushions and all furniture belonging 
to the great chamber, 3 silver bowls, 6 silver spoons, a gilt saltcellar, a little 
silver pot, which arc heirlooms, all "my armoure and the guilte Jacke" in the 
press in my own chamber, 3 chests in the Chappell Chamber, except the one 
given to Thomas, the 2 leaden furnaces in the kitchen, the cooling leads and 
the leaden salting cistern, G ancient pewter platters, 6 pewter dishes, 6 saucers 
and a basin and ewer — all of pewter, another leaden cistern in the malt 
house, 1 plate of pewter, the biggest white rug, the books my said son Ffraun- 
cis hath given me, 3 window cushions wrought with gold, 6 needlework cush- 
ions, the cubbard, the great press, the cubbard table in my lodging chamber, a 
dripping pan, "ye two best spitts, ye clocke & ye bell for ye same," my 
wedding ring, the chest in the white chamber, IS hurden napkins, 1 fine borde 
cloth, 18 flaxen table napkins, my ordinary wearing linen in the house, as 
shetes, tablecloths, towels, and napkins, the stall [?] gear, such as poles, 
tressles, and bords, except half the boards in the wool house, also the provi- 
sion of fish and cheese, the long ladder, the old brass pot in the kitchen, 1 
brass pot now in use in the new kitchen, all the doors, windows, shutters, 
gates, poles, pales, and rails and benches about the precincts of St. James 
aforesaid, and all my carts, ploughs, harrows and wheles, tires, cart timber, 
plough timber, harrow timber, and harness for the teams. To Jane Gifford, 
my daughter-in-law and wife of my said son Ffrauncis Giffard, a linen whele, 
half my cooperie ware, half my glasses and glass bottles, the first best kettle, 
the best pair of brazen candlesticks, half the wool yarne and tow in the but- 
tery, a little posnet, all my hemp unpicked, and all my dairy vessels and 
furniture. To every of the youngest sons of Sir Wm. Samwell, Knight, 
1 angel of gold each. To my sister Love 2 bonegraces and the gilden psalter 
that was my fathers. To Roger Giffard, son of Francis Giffard, £3 and my 
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children of my said son Francis GifTard — l>cing ton in number — 20s. ca<h. 
To my cousin Elizabeth Morton 10s. To Mr. Itushhrooke of Northampton 
20s. To Walter Curteis, my servant, 20s. To my cousin Thomas Ludlowe 
5s. To William Austin 5s. To each of my MTVBnti living with me at the 
time of my decease 12d. To my cousin George Samwell 10s. To my sis- 
ter Moulso "a cornett and a Billyment." Residuary legatee and executor: 
my son Ffrauncis GifTard. Overseer: my dearly loved Brother Sir William 
Samwell, Knight. [Signed] Amie Gifferd. Witnesses: Walter Curteis, 
Jhoon Carvell. Proved 11 July 1G1S by the executor name<l in the will. 
Inventory, £G88. Gs. lOd. (Northampton Wills, Series 2, Original Wills, 
Book M, page 143.) 

The Will of Francis Gifford of St. James near Northampton, Esq., 
1625. To be buried near my ancestors in Doston chancel. To my daughter 
Jane Gifford threescore pounds, to be added to that £40 given to her by her 
grandfather, Mr. Richard Throughton, Esq., late of Hanslapp, deceased. 
To my other five daughters, Ann, Amey, Susan, Mary, and Sara Gifford, 
£100 each, which sums of money shall thus be paid: to Jane, Ann, and 
Amey within two years next after my death, and to the other three, Susan, 
Mary, and Sara, as they shall severally accomplish the age of twenty-one 
years. If any of my said daughters die, her portion shall be divided between 
the survivors, and the three elder ones, being of marriageable age, shall re- 
ceive £20 more at marriage. To my three younger sons, Richard, Francis, 
and Lawrence Giffard, £100 each, to be given to them when they severally 
attain the age of twenty-three years; and if any of them die before that 
age, I will his portion be divided among the survivors. My younger chil- 
dren hereinbefore named shall have their maintenance and education out of 
the lease made by me and our son Thomas unto my wife and our son Rich- 
ard until the time their several portions be paid. I make my well-beloved 
wife Jane Giffard my sole executrix, and to her I bequeath all and singular 
the rest of my goods. Overseers: my loving uncle Sir William Samwell and 
my loving cousin Sir Rogar Samwell. [Signed] Ffrancis Giffard. Witnesses: 
Beniamyn Tomkins, George James, Matthewe Sillesbie, scr. Proved 20 June 
1625 by Jane, relict of the deceased, the executrix named in the will. In- 
ventory, £572. lis. 4d. (Northampton Wills, Book AV, 1621-162S, page 224.) 

The Will of Jane Giffard of St. James neere the town of Northampton, 
in co. Northants, widow, dated 30 August 1632. To be buried in the chan- 
cel of the parish church of Duston, next to the grave where my dear husband, 
Ffrancis Giffard, Esq., lyeth interred. To my son Thomas Giffard my great- 
est bedstead, with furniture belonging thereto, 1 pair of blankets, the leaden 
coolers, the leaden salting trough, the cofferne, the great press in my lodging 
chamber, 2 silver wine bowls, 1 gilt saltcellar, 6 silver spoons, the great chest 
in the parlour, the iron chest and the press in the hall chamber, 6 Turkey- 
work cushions, the brass chafron, and iron furnace, provided always that 
my son Richard Giffard shall have the use and occupation of all things so 
bequeathed to my said son Thomas, from henceforth until the expiration of 
the lease to me made of the messuage, farm, and lands, with appurtenances, 
wherein I now dwell, and then the said things are to be left upon the same 
premises to and for the use of my said son Thomas and his heirs. To the 
said Richard Giffard, my son, and his assigns all my lease and leases, estate, 
interest, etc., whatsoever in the said messuage and now in my own occupa- 
tion. My said son Richard, his executor, or assigns, shall truly pay to my 
daughter Jane Giffard, out of the rents, ; ssues, and profits thereof, the sum of 
£40, over and above the legacy given to her by her father's will, within 
five years next after my decease; and if the said Jane die before the £40 be 
paid, I will the same be divided among her brothers and sisters, except my 



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son Thomas. Unto the Maid Jane GifTanl, my daughter, my new blue and 

white coverlet, l pair blankets, 1 pair flaxen and l pair hempen sheets, 12 

flaxen napkins, 1 pair pillow! , 1 pair ordinary wearing sheets, the least 

fine three-breadth sheet, 1 needlework cushion, 10 pewter dishes, and a 
kettle. My son Richard shall pay to my daughter Amy GifTard, out of the 
said rents, etc., £40, besides her legacy given her by her father. (Conditions 
as to time and remainder similar to those given above.] I do give her one of 
the feather beds and a bolster, in the hall chamber, the Arras coverlet, 1 
pair of blankets, 2 pairs hempen and 2 pairs flaxen sheets, 2 bord cloths, 1 
dozen flaxen napkins, one of the three-breadth sheets, the middlemost brass 
pot, the thick, brass candle posnet, 10 pewter dishes, a cupboard cloth, 1 pair 
pillowbeares, the hair trunk, 1 pair ordinary sheets, a needlework cushion, and 
1 bowl. My son Richard shall pay my daughter Susan, out of the rents, 
etc., £40, over and above the legacy given her by her father. [Conditions 
as to time and remainder similar to those given above.] To the said Susan 
1 pair pillowbears, 1 pair flaxen and 1 pair hempen sheets, the lesser chest 
in the hall chamber, 1 three-breadth sheet, 1 needlework cushion, and 1 
flaxen board cloth. There shall rest in my executor's hands the sum of £40, 
for the use of Mary Molde, my daughter, till such time as my executor shall 
think it expedient to pay it to her, he in the meantime paying her £8 yearly, 
always bearing in mind that her husband shall have nothing to do with it. 
My son Richard shall pay my daughter Sara GifTard the sum of £40, out of 
the rents, etc., within five years after my decease; and if the said Sara die 
before she receive it, then I will the £40 be thus divided: £10 to my grand- 
child Jane GifTard, daughter of my son Richard; £10 to my grandchild 
Francis Giffard, son of the said Richard GifTard; with other £10 my executor 
shall buy each of my daughters a piece of plate; and the other £10 shall de- 
scend to my grandchild Jane Moulde, to be paid at her day of marriage or at 
the age of sixteen. To my daughter Sara the bedstead in the hall chamber, 
a feather bed and bolster there, a coverlet, a pair of blankets, 2 pairs flaxen 
and 2 pairs hempen sheets, 1 pair ordinary wearing sheets, 1 three-breadth 
sheet, 2 board cloths, 1 towel, 12 flaxen napkins, a pair pillowbears, a cup- 
board cloth, 10 pewter dishes, 1 needlework cushion, the chest in which my 
linen lies, a small brass pot, and 1 coarse towel. I will my unmarried daugh- 
ters who so desire shall live at St. James during the lease granted to my son 
Richard. I will my wearing apparel to be divided between my daughters 
and daughter-in-law Ann GifTard. To my son Francis GifTard, above his 
portion under his late father's will, £20, to be paid within the five years next 
after my decease; and if he die before he receive it, then I will it be divided 
between my two younger sons, Richard and Lawrence. To the said Francis 
my great brass kettle, the brass pan, 1 pair flaxen and 1 pair hempen sheets, 
and 1 pair pillowbears, and I will my executor give him at the time of his 
freedom a feather bed, bolster, coverlet, and blanket. To my son LawTence 
£20, besides the portion given him by his father, to be paid to him at the 
age of twenty-three years; and if he die before that age, the £20 to be divided 
between Richard and Francis, my sons. To the said LawTence 1 pair of flaxen 
and 1 pair hempen sheets, and my executor is to give him at the time of his 
freedom a feather bed, bolster, coverlet, and blanket. To my daughter 
Elizabeth GifTard a pair of best brass candlesticks, the little box in the chest 
by my bedstead, a laid-work towel, and 12 laid-work napkins. To my 
daughter-in-law Ann GifTard a pair of best candlesticks, 2 rope-work cushions, 
and 1 pair flaxen sheets. To my grandchild, son of my son Thomas GifTard, 
my little gilt salt. To each of my servants 12d. To the poor of Duston 10s. 
To the poor of Dallington 6s. Sd. Residuary legatee and executor: my son 
Richard GifTard. Overseers: my cousin Sir Richard Sam well, my loving 
brother Mr. Thomas Giffard, and my loving friends Mr. Tomkyris and Mr. 



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James, to each of whom I give 10s. to buy a ring. [Signed] Jane Giffard. 
Witnesses: Beniamin Tomkyns, Edward James. Proved 15 December 
1632 by Richard Giffard, son of the deceased, the executor named in the 
will. Inventory, £G75. 5s. (Northampton Wills, Series 2, Original Wills, 
Book G, page 47.) 

The Will of Robert Nanseglos of London, Gent., dated 15 October 
14G4. To be buried in the church of the House of the Salutation of the 
Mother of God, Order of the Carthusians, near London, next the grave of 
Dame Alice Clynton, late anchorite of London. To the high altar of St. 
Botolph's without Aldersgate, London, 3s. 4d. To Sir Thomas Davy, chap- 
lain of that church, 6s. 8d. To Master William Vincent, rector of All Souls, 
London Wall, Gs. 8d., to pray for my soul. To Thomas Billingay and 
Elizabeth, his wife, £20. To my servant John Reed £10. All the residue 
of my goods, etc., to my executors, to pray for my soul. Executors: my 
brother William Nanseglos and my kinsman Richard Nanseglos. Witnesses: 
Master William Vyncent, Sir Christopher Davy, and others. Proved 
6 November 14G5 by Richard Nanseglos, with power reserved to the other 
executor. (P.C.C., Godyn, 11.) [Translated from the Latin.] 

The Will of William Nanseglos, Senior, of co. Essex, Gent., dated 3 
February 1476 [? 1476/7]. To be buried in the chancel of the parish church 
of St. Leonard, Shaldeford. To the same church 6s. 8d. To the parish church 
of St. Andrew, Enfield, co. Middlesex, 3s. 4d. To my daughter Alice 20 
marks, and £20 at her lawful age. To my daughter Mary £20 at her law- 
ful age. To my wife Lucy my household goods. The residue of all my 
goods and chattels to my executors, for my wife and children. I desire my 
executors to take the yearly rents of my tenements in Holborn, co. Middle- 
sex, in the tenures of John Rudyng, Archdeacon of Lincoln, and of John 
Bush, and the rent of a tenement in Portpole Lane called Copped Hall, to 
pay a chaplain to celebrate mass for my soul for three years after my de- 
cease and for the soul of William Cotton, Esq., deceased, formerly my mas- 
ter, in the churches of Shaldeford and Enfield, and my son William Nanseglos 
is to have the said tenements. To my wife Lucy my tenement in Enfield, co. 
Middlesex, for life, and after her death to my son William. To my wife my 
manor called Redefan and all appurtenances in Shaldeford, Wetheresfeld, 
Berdefield, and Fynchingfield, co. Essex, with remainder to my said son. To 
my said son my tenements in Holborn called the Plough and the Bishop and 
my three meadows in Kentish Town, co. Middlesex. To my sister Eliza- 
beth 20s. a year for life. I desire my executors to take the rents of my 
lands and tenements in Ixning, co. Suffolk, and in Newmarket, co. Cam- 
bridge, during the minority of my son Thomas, and he is to have the same 
at his lawful age. If my sons die without heirs, I give the said lands, etc.. 
to my daughters, viz., Elizabeth, wife of Humfrey Dounham, Alice, and 
Mary. Executors: my wife Lucy, William Barton, Humfrey Dounham, 
and Thomas Cranford. [No signature or witnesses.] Proved 1 July 1477 
by the relict and executrix named in the will, with power reserved to the ex- 
ecutors. (P.C.C., Waltys, 29.) [Translated from the Latin.] 

The Will of John Maister of the Towne porte of Sandwiche [co. Kent], 
dated 24 August 155S. To be buried in the Chapel of Our Lady Saint Mary 
within the church of Sandwiche I will there be said at my burial ten masses, 
at my month's day ten masses, and at my twelve months' day ten mftfffl 
To Elizabeth, my wife, £100, to be paid within three months of my death. 
My household stuff shall be divided into five parts, whereof [I bequeath] to 
Elizabeth, my wife, one part, to Peter Maister, my son, one part, to James, 
my son, one part, to John Maister, my son, one part, and [to] the child she is 



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conceived with the fifth part. My wife Elizabeth shall have the custody 
of James, my son, and John, my son, till full age or day of marriage. If 
said James, John, or the child unborn die, or any one of them, then I will 
that such portion remain to Elizabeth, my wife. To my brother-in-law 
Richard Marten of Rye. To Thomas Maister, my son, my coat faced with 
foynes before and fox behind. To Peter Maystcr, my son, the residue of 
my apparel. To my sister Marten of Rye. To Agnes GifTord, rny daugh- 
ter, £20, to be paid within twelve months of my death. To ever}' child that 
my said daughter may now have alive £20, to be paid in like manner. To 
my cozen Agnes Gryffyn 20s. To the child she now hath alive Os. 8d. 
Whereas I have given to Elizabeth, my wife, £100 and the one fifth part of 
my household stuff and also a certain house and lands at Worthe, for the term 
of her life, if my said wife be not content to give unto my sons Thomas Mais- 
ter and Peter Maister and my other sons a clear acquittance for any dower 
that she may claim on and above £10 a year given her out of my manor of 
Stodmershe, then all such bequests unto said Elizabeth shall not stand as 
gifts until she hath given them a lawful discharge for her dowry as aforesaid. 
Residuary legatees: Elizabeth, my wife, James Maister, my BOIL John 
Maister, and the child yet unborn. Executors: Elizabeth, my wife, and 
Thomas Colwell. Overseers: my brother William Payne of Canterbury and 
Thomas Maister, my son. 

Concerning my lands, tenements, and hereditaments: My eldest son 
Thomas Maister shall have all the manor of Stodmershe, co. Kent, with all 
appurtenances, etc., except such lands, marshes, and hereditaments here- 
after mentioned willed to Peter Maister, my son, to belong to said Thomas 
Mayster, his heirs and assigns, for ever; so that neither said Thomas Maister 
nor his heirs nor assigns claim any part of the manor of Estlangdon, here- 
after mentioned, nor any lands, etc., assigned unto James Maister, my son, 
and so that said Thomas Maister do release to said Peter all such lands, etc., 
hereafter mentioned, willed to said Peter. And if said Thomas do claim 
any of said lands, etc., willed to said James Maister, my son, and any of 
the mershes, etc., willed to said Peter, then said James shall have two parts 
of the manor of Stodmershe, to said James and his heirs of his body; and for 
lack of such heirs [remainder] to my son John Maister and the heirs of his 
body; and for lack of such heirs [remainder] to the heirs of me, the said John 
Maister, and Elizabeth, now my wife; and for lack of such heirs [remainder] 
to Agnes GifTord and the heirs of her body lawfully begotten. To said 
Thomas Maister, my son, and to his heirs and assigns for ever all the houses 
and lands which I purchased of John Russell in the parish of Stodmersh, 
and also my garden at Matsole in the parish of St. Peter in the town of Sand- 
wiche. To said Peter, my son, and the heirs of his body my house at Nor- 
wood, wherein Robert Williams now liveth, with the five acres of land 
thereto assigned, also mershes [named], and one piece of arable land contain- 
ing fourteen acres, in the field called North field near the barne called Stod- 
mersh barne, said Peter paying yearly to my said wife Elizabeth £10, given 
to her by me for marriage jointure, and paying to my son Thomas and his 
heirs the yearly rent of £10. If said Peter die without heirs, said premises 
assigned to my son Peter shall remain to John Maister, my godson, son of 
said Thomas Maister (my son), and to the heirs of said John. To my son 
James Maister and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten all that manor of 
Est Langdon, co. Kent, with all the lands, etc., thereto belonging. If 
James, my son, die without heirs, said manor of Est Langdon, with all 
lands, etc., shall remain to John Maister, my son, and his heirs, and for 
lack of such issue to the heirs of me, John Maister, and Elizabeth, my wife. 
To James Maister, my son, my raershe called Bexley Lees and the mersh 
called the Harp thereto adjoining. My friends Thomas Colwell, William 



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Payne, Robert Thompson, and Thomas Scverne, by an indenture made by 
me, shall receive the rents, profits, etc., during the minority of James, my 
son, until he reach the age of twenty-one years, and shall pay to my wife 
Elizabeth £10 for her own use, and also for every of the children of me and 
said Elizabeth £10 during her widowhood for the bringing up of said chil- 
dren, the residue of such issues to be accounted for by Mid four trustees when 
said children or the survivors of them attain the age of twenty-one years or 
day of marriage. If Elizabeth, my wife, marry again, she shall have no 
part of said issues, but said Thomas Colwell, my executor, shall have £4 
yearly for his pains and £10 yearly for the finding of schooling, meat and 
drink, and apparell for each child. Concerning my little piece of ground at 
the Mayden Towre, my executors shall receive the yearly rents thereof until 
my son James come to the age of twenty-one years, employing the same 
yearly in buying wood to be distributed among the poor in the town of 
Sandwich; and when said James shall attain the age of twenty-one years, I 
will the said land to him and his heirs for ever, providing yearly for ever 
four loads of wood for distribution to the poor of Sandwiche. 

Touching the disposition of my plate: To Thomas Maister, my son, a 
goblett, etc. To Peter Maister, my son, a goblet, etc. To Agnes GifTorde, 
my daughter, a goblet of silver, partly gilt, a pot of silver, partly gilt, and 
four silver spoons. The residue of my plate shall be divided between my 
wife and the children of me and her. 

[Witnesses named.] Proved 14 June 1559 by Thomas Colwell and Eliza- 
beth Maister, in the person of said Thomas Colwell, the executor named in 
the will. (P.C.C., Chaynay, 27.) [For longer abstract of this will see Reg- 
ister, vol. 71, pages 171-173.] 

From the Parish Registers of East Haddon, co. Northampton* 

Baptisms 

1567 Jane daughter of Hughe Seargeant 16 June. 
1569 Alice daughter of Hughe Seargeant S May. 

From the Registers of the Parish of All Saints, Northampton, 

1559-1700 

Baptisms 

1590 Daniell son of Robert Sargeant 20 September. 

1593 Anne daughter of Roger Sergeant 21 October. 

1595 Samuell son of Roger Sergeant 13 October. 

1596 Mary daughter of Roger Sergeant 6 March [1596/7]. 
159S Samuell son of Roger Sergeant 25 June. 

1599 Dorothie daughter of Roger Sargent 6 March [1599/1600]. 

1602 William son of Roger Sergeant 20 June. 

1602 Jone daughter of George Sergeant 19 December. 

1604 Edward son of George Sargent baptized at St. Sepulchre's 4 November. 

1605 John son of Roger Sergeaunte 24 November. 
1607 John son of George Sargent 16 August. 

v 160S Elizabeth daughter of Roger Sargent 26 February [1608/9]. 
1609 Dorothie daughter of George Sargent 24 December. 
1613 Elizabeth daughter of George Sergentt, carpenter, by Elizabeth, his 

wife, 13 June. 
1619 Robert son of George Sargeant, laborer, and his wife Elizabeth 1 1 April. 
1622 George son of George Sergeant, lr borer, and his wife Elizabeth 26 May. 
1625 Samuel son of Joseph Sergent, linen draper, and his wife Dorothie 

9 October. 

•In these registers the baptisms begin in 1552, the marriages in 15S*. and the burials in 1552. 
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1027 Samuell son of Joseph Sargent, linen draper, and Ml wife Dorothy 20 

May. 
162S Elisabeth daughter of William Sargeant, haberdasher, and his wife 

H:uiiKi 3 July. 
1G28 Elizabeth daughter of Joseph Barieillt, linen draper, and his wif<* 

Dorothy 15 March [1628/9]. 
1G29 Hanna daughter of William Sargent, haberdasher, and his wife Hanna 

13 July. 
1G30 Elizabeth daughter of William Sargent, haberdasher, and his wife 

Nanna 12 September. 
1G31 Dorothie daughter of Joseph Sargent, mercer, and his wife Dorothy 

7 August. 
1G32 Mary daughter of William Sargeant, haberdasher, and his wife Hanna 

2 September. 
1G33 Thomas son of Joseph Sargent, mercer, and wife Dorothy 9 March 

[1G33/4]. 
1G35 Sarah daughter of William Sargent, haberdasher, 22 October. 

1636 Mary daughter of Williain Sargent, haberdasher, and his wife Mary 22 

January [1636/7J. 

1637 Martha daughter of Joseph Sargent, mercer, and his wife Dorothy 

10 December. 

1G40 Anne daughter of Joseph Sargent, linen draper, and his wife Dorothy 
13 September. 

1G40 Samuell son of John Sargent, mercer, and his wife Anne IS October. 

1641 Samuell son of John Sargeant, mercer, and his wife Anne 6 January 
^ [1641/2].* 

1643 Elizabeth daughter of John Sargent, linen draper, and his wife Anne 
^ 28 January [1643/4]. 

1646 Elizabeth daughter of John Sargeant, linen draper, and his wife Anne 
6 September. 

1648 Mary daughter of John Sarjeant, linen draper, and his wife Anne 
10 September. 

1657 Dorothie daughter of Mr. Thomas Sargeant, clothier, and his wife 
Dorcas 14 February [1657/S]. 

1659 Joseph son of Mr. Thomas Sargeant, bailiff, and his wife Dorcas 
1 January [1659/60]. 

1661 Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Sargiant, clothier, and his wife Dor- 
cas 22 December. 

1663 Thomas son of Thomas Sargiant, woollen draper, and his wife Dorcas 
^ 18 October. 

1665 Francis son of Thomas Sargiant, woollen draper, and his wife Dorcas 
29 October. 

1667 Samuell son of Thomas Sargiant, woollen draper, and his wife Dorcas 
29 January [1667/S]. 

1669 Ann daughter of Thomas Sargent, draper, and his wife Dorothv [sic] 
24 January [1669/70]. 

1672 Roger son of Thomas Sargiant, clothier, and his wife Dorcas 25 Sep- 
tember. 

Marriages 

1597 George Coles and Alice Sergeant 6 October. 

1634 John Sargent and Anne Orpyn 4 November. 

1634 Thomas Ball and Dorothie Sargent 30 November. 

164S George Billton of London, Gent., and Mrs. Dorothie Sargeant of this 

parish 9 November. 
1656 Samuel Sargiant and Dorcas Ares of this parish by banns 23 June. 

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1666 Thomas Goodrodc and Ann Sargeint <S September. 
1685 John Savagert [sic] and Mary Richardson 1 Augi; 

Burials 

1590 Danicll son of Roger Sargeant 9 December. 

15% Samuel! son of Roger Sargeant 27 April. 

1597 Mary daughter of Robert S:irgeant 17 August. 

1599 Agnes daughter of Roger Sargeant 30 October. 

1004 A little boy [pucrulus] of Roger S:irgeant 3 September. 

160S John son of George Sargent 10 May. 

1G25 Samuel son of Joseph Sergeant 28 February [1625/0]. 

1629 Elizabeth daughter of William Sargent 5 January [1629/30]. 

1632 Hanna wife of William Sargeant 25 September. 

1635 Mary daughter of William Sargent 9 February [1635/6]. 

1636 Joseph son of John Sargent 12 March [1636/7]. 

1638 Martha daughter of Joseph Sargent 18 February [163S/9]. 

1640 Samuel son of John Sargent 14 December.* 

1644 Samuel son of John Sargant 3 August. 

1645" Mrs. Sargent wife of Roger Sargent, ald[erman], 20 October. 

1646 An infant of Mr. Joseph Sargant, ald[erman], 26 September. 

1649 Mr. Roger Sargent, alderman, [illegible] July.f 

1659 John Ball at Mr. Sargiants, servant to Mr. Joseph, 5 November. 

1678 Mr. Joseph Sargent, alderman and three times mayor, 11 April. 

1679 Francis son of Mr. Thomas Sargiant, draper, 4 November. 

16S1 Mrs. Dorothie Sargent widow of Mr. Joseph, alderman, 9 October. 

1689 Mr. Thomas Sargant, alderman, 6 May. 

1691 Samuel Serjeant 1 March [1691/2]. 

1696 Dorcas daughter of Mr. Thomas Sergeant 20 September. 

M isccllaneous Records 

1656 Joseph Sargent mayor. 
1657-1659 Justice Sargent [mentioned]. 
1666 Mr. Thomas Sargeant churchwarden. 

From the Registers of the Parish of St. Giles, Northampton! 

Baptism 

1612 Thomas son of Richard Makernes of All Saints, sergeant, and Bar- 
barye, his wife, 6 April. 

Marriage's 

1596 Richard Makernesse and Barbara Clerke 2S January [1596/7]. 

1635 Prothero Kilworth and Dorothie Sargant 2 May. 

1635 Richard Makernes and Elizabeth Hockner 7 May. 

1638 Abraham Barber and Joane Sargent 26 August. 

From the Registers of the Parish of St. Peter, Northampton* 

Marriages 

1633 ffoulk Muscott of St. Peter's, Northton, and Elizabeth Makernes of 

All Saints in Northampton 2S March. 

1634 Willm Clarke of Stoke brewen§ and Alice Sergeant of Courtenhall 

25 February [1634/5]. 

[To be continued 1 

•From March 1G42 to August 1643 and in Februar., and March 1643/4 no burials are recorded. 

fPcrhaps 5 July. 

JNo males of the Sargent family are mentioned in the registers of this parish prior to 1650. 
In the registers of the parish of St. Sepulchre, Northampton, there are no Sargent entries prior to 
1650. 

§Stoke-Bruerne. oo. Northampton. 



284 Col. John Broum's Expedition, 1777 [Oct. 



COL. JOHN BROWN'S EXPEDITION AGAINST 
TICONDEROGA AND DIAMOND ISLAND, 

1777 

Communicated by Capt. William Butlek Clarke of Belmont, Mass. 

To the Register of April 1872 (vol. 2G, papes 147-152) Rev. B. F. 
DeCosta communicated an article entitled "The Fight at Diamond 
Island," in which he gave British accounts of the operations of Col. 
John Brown's command against Ticonderoga and Diamond Island 
in Sept. 1777 and also the text of two letters from Colonel Brown to 
General Lincoln describing his attack on these posts. Other letters 
relating to this expedition from Colonel Brown to General Lincoln 
and other officers and also letters from General Lincoln to Colonel 
Brown have been for several years in the possession of the contrib- 
utor of the present article, who is a great-great-grandson of Colonel 
Brown, and they are given below, together with the text of the two 
letters from Colonel Brown which appeared in the Register in 1872, 
the convenience of having all these letters in print in one place jus- 
tifying the reprinting of the two previously published. In his let- 
ter of 4 Oct. 1777 {vide infra) Colonel Brown states that he received 
orders from General Lincoln to make this expedition on 13 Sept. of 
that year, and the first letter printed below, dated on the day on which 
he received his orders, shows him already on the march.* 

[Colonel Brown to General LincolnI 

Poltney Septr. 13th 1777 
Dear Sir 

I find by my march thus far, that I shall be in Castletown tomorrow by 
10 oclock P M. Should I fail of the Pork by way of Skeenbr, I must be 
detained perhaps the whole Day at Castletown, which retard my march 
that time butt, hope that the Cattle may be fowarded tomorrow morn- 
ing as soon as possible as you know that half a Days detention this side 
the Bay, may be the Means of detaining me an Whole Day the other side 
and a consequent facture [sic] in the whole opperation. 
Am Sr in hast 

Your hos. most Obt. hml. Svt. 

Jno Brown 

Genl. Lincoln 

The Ammunition will be exceeding necessary especially for Col. Warners 
Party 

[Colonel Brown to General Lincoln] 

Sunday Morning 8 oclock Poltney Sept. 14th 1777 
Sir 

As Colo. Warners Detachmt have not arrived or any part of them, I 
begin to apprehend some unnecessary delay desire they may be hurried 
on with all possible despatch, as any delay at Castletown will be Danger- 

•An account of Colonel Brown's life and services may be found in Colonel John Brown of Pitta- 
field. Massachusetts, the Brave Accuser of Benedict Arnold, an address delivered at Palatine 
Bridge. N. Y.. in 190S by the late Archibald Murray Howe. A.M.. LL.B.. of Cambridge. Mi 
and published in Boston in the same year. 



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ous on Acct. of the Enemy's being advertized of our Motion. I had advice 
the last Evening of a part of the Enemy being under way to Castleton <fc 
have taken proper Methods to inform myself of this Matter, bopt it may 
be true as I think they cannot escai>e, they are said to be one hundred or 
upward 
Am Sir with Respect 

Your very hml. Svt 

Jno Brown 

Hope to be advertized of every Piece of Intelligence that you may think 
proper to communicate. The Companies from Colonels Ilerick, Marsh 
Johnson Woodbridge Cushing Whitcomc and my own Regts. are arrived, 
2 Companies of my Detachment are yet behind. 

Majr. Genl. Lincoln 

[Addressed] 
Majr. Genl. Lincoln 
pr Express Powlet 

[Colonel Brown to Colonel Johnson] 

Lake George Landing North End Thursday Septr. 18th 1777 
Col. Johnson, 
Sr. 

I have been favoured with good success in my Attempts upon the Enemy 
this way, as I heartily wish you may in your Department on the Mount. 
I took possession of the Landing here this Morning, <fe the Mills, & a block 
house near them, & Mount Defiance, as also the old french Lines on Ticon- 
deroga side; & have sent in a flagg & demanded the immediate surrender 
of Ticonderoga & Mount Independence. I have not as yet beared what 
Success you may have had. The Number of Prisoners taken at these sev- 
eral places is as follows 12 British Commissioned officers viz 2 Captns. 
7 Lieut. 2 Ensigns. 1 Commissary. Non Commissioned officers 1 Gentle- 
man & privates 143 British. 119 Canadians. 18 Artificers, & retook more 
than 100 of our own Men total. 293. exclusive of our own Prisoners 150' 
Batteaus below the falls in Lake Champlain fell into my hands, as also 50 
above the falls including 17 Gun Boats, & 1 armed Sloop. Our loss of 
Men in these several Actions is not more than 3 or 4 killed & 5 wounded 
the Enemys Loss is less still. I have taken Arms perhaps equal to the 
Number of Prisoners, & some Cannon & Ammunition. Your spirited Ex- 
ertions will much facilitate my opperations on this side, as mine may be of 
Service to you on the other side. I am not without hope of those places being 
speedily in our possesion. If Recruits should not come in to the Enemy 
soon, I think there is some probability of so agreeable an Event. I am in- 
formed by an officer of ours retaken that a Rinforeemnt from Canada are 
on their Way. You will put wt. weight to this you think proper, I am send- 
ing of the Prisoners as fast as possible, have reeved no Express from you. 

Am in the utmost hast your very hml Svt 

John Brown 

Colo. Johnson 

[Addressed] 
Colo. Johnson near Fort Independanee 

[Colonel Brown to General Lincoln] 

North end of lake George landing, thursday Sep 18th 1777 
Sir, 

With great fatigue after marching all last night I arrived at this place 
at the break of day, and after the best disposition of the men, I could make, 



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immediately l>cgan the attack, and in a few minutes, carried the pla<<-. 
I then without any loss of time detatched a considerable part of my men to 
the mills, where a greater number of the enemy were posted, who also were 
soon made prisoners, a small number of whom having taken possession of 
a block house in that Vicinity were with more difficulty bro't to submission; 
but at the sight of a Cannon they surrendered, during this season of suc- 
cess, Mount Defiance also fell into our hands. I have taken possession of 
the old french lines at Ticonderoga, and have sent a flag demanding the 
surrender of Ty: and mount independence in strong and peremptory terms. 
I have had as yet no information of the event of Colo. Johnsons attack on 
the mount. My loss of men in these several actions are not more than 3 or 
4 killed and 5 wounded, the enemy's loss: is less. I find myself in pos- 
session of 293 prisoners. Vizt 2 captains, 9 subs. 2 Commissaries, non 
Commissioned officers and privates 143. British 119 Canadians, 18 arti- 
ficers and retook more than 100 of our men. total 293, exclusive of the 
prisoners retaken. — The watercraft I nave taken, is 150 batteaus below 
the falls on lake Champlain 50 above the falls including 17 gun boats and 
one armed sloop, arms equal to the number of prisoners. Some ammuni- 
tion and many other things which I cannot now ascertain. I must not 
forget to mention a few Cannon which may be of great service to us. Tho: 
my success has hitherto answered my most sanguine expectations, I cannot 
promise myself great things, the events of war being so dubious in their 
nature, but shall do my best to distress the enemy all in my power, having 
regard to my retreat — There is but a small quantity of provisions at this 
place which I think will necessitate my retreat in case we do not carry Ty 
and independence — I hope you will use your utmost endeavor to give me 
assistance should I need in crossing the lake &c — The enemy but a very 
small force at fort George. Their boats are on an island about 14 miles 
from this guarded by six companies, having artillery — I have much fear 
with respect to the prisoners, being obliged to send them under a- small 
guard — I am well informed that considerable reinforcements is hourly ex- 
pected at the lake under command of Sir John Johnson — This minute re- 
ceived Genl. Powals answer to my demand in these words, "The garrison 
intrusted to my charge I shall defend to the last." Indeed I have little hopes 
of putting him to the necessity of giving it up unless by the force under 
Colonel Johnson. 

I am & 

John Brown. 
Genl Lincoln.* 

[Colonel Brown to General Lincoln] 

North End Lake George G oclock A. M. Friday Sept. 19th 1777 
Dear Genl. 

I have nothing Material to advise you this Morning have kept up a 
canonade from within the Lines on Ty, all Night have not heard this Morn- 
ing whether to any purpose. It is most certainly out of my Power to cast 
the Enemy from that place, should they chuse to keep it, without too great 
loss of Men. 

I have in Contemplation to cross the Bay this Night to Independence, 
and in conjunction with Genl. Warner attack the post, but this depends on 

•This letter is reprinted from Register, vol. 26. p. 150. but the date, printed there as "thurs- 
day Sep 10th 1777." has been changed here to "thuraday Sep ISth 1777." since it is clear from 
Gen. Burgoyne's statement (ib., vol. 26, p. 149) and from other letters printed in the present 
article that "Sep ISth" is the correct date and that the reading "Sep 10th" was due to an error, 
probably either of the copyist or of the printer. The letter is said (i'6.. vol. 26, p. 150; to have 
been taken from the Gates Papers, p. 194. Cf. Colonel Brown's letter of 4 Oct. 1777 to General 
, infra, p. 292. 



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certain Contingencies — I have a large Quantity of Plunder on hand par- 
ticularly of Cloathing which I have taken out of the thereabouts [?] under 
Ty. Should therefore wish for a reinforcement that it might be in my Po 
to move [?] it round. I think of sending it in Boats up to the lake George 
some Distance, by which Means it may be transported across to Defiance 
[?] fort, as it will be of great service to the Army — I have before the attack 
for the Incouragemt. of the Men, given thern all the Plunder — this is 
going beyond the Letter of the Law, but as it had been so often supercccded 
[?] in this way thought myself warranted and hope my ingagemts. may be 
confirmed — 
Am Sr. Your very hmble Svt 

John Brown 

Genl. Lincoln 

[Addressed] 

Honble. Majr. Genl Benjn. Lincoln 

Pr Express Skeenboro 

[Colonel Brown to General Warner] 

North End lake George Sept. 19th 1777 Friday 6 Oclock A. M. 
Dear Genl. 

I reeved yours of Yesterday by Mr. Potter. My Letter of Yesterd 
and Mr. Potters information will give you my Situation 

I know of nothing new hapned since last Night we have kept up a fire 
from within the French Lines at Ty on the Mnt most of the Night, know of 
no Material Consequence which has hapned, the Enemy Yesterday seemed 
to be about to abandon Ty whether they will do it or not cant say. 'tis out 
of my Power to force them to do it. 

I look on myself not in the best Situation being liable to be attacked — 
by way of both Lakes, but shall not quit the ground untill such an Event 
shall happen. I mean to examine the Situation of the Enemy this Morn- 
ing, and as I understand you have in Contemplation an Attack by way of 
Storm on Independence shall before night give you my oppinion on the 
propriety of such a Measure together with the Assistance you are to expect 
from me. Still believe had you attacked at the time I proposed you had 
carried the Mount — I have a large Quantity of Plunder on hand expect 
to loose it all in Case I am attacked, wish I could supply you with some 
Rum which would improve [?] your convenience extremely well 

Am Sr with Respect 

Your very hml. Svt 

Brown 

B. Genl. Warner 

[Addressed] 
B: Genl. Warner 
Pr Mr. Potter 

[Colonel Brown to General Lincoln] 

Lake George Landing Sept. 20th 1777 11PM. 
Dear Genl. 

Have not heard any thing from you this Several Days, Have reason 
to fear that our Communication is interupted. I am this moment informd 
by two Men express from the Officer commanding at the Narrows that at 
noon Yesterday he had received no intiligence from me — The Prisoners 
must have "arrived at that Place before this — Have taken about 20 Pris- 
oners since the First attack in three Boats from Fort George — I this Min- 
ute am advised that a large Number of tracks have been discovered this 



288 Col. John Brdvm's Expedition, 1777 [Oct. 

Bide of Crownpoint, perhaps to indcavour to surprise us, shall be better 
informed of this Matter very soon the Boats mentioned in my Letter of 
yesterday have fallen into my hands — Have this Morning sent off 1G0 
Prisoners Shall indcavour to cross them to Genl Warner I have still on 
hand about 25 sick prisoners not able to be removed, while I am writing 
Express arrives from Genl. Warner with your advice for us to retreat by 
order Genl. Gates this is impracticable at present without the loss of Many 
Prisoners and a vast Quantity of Stores. I wrote you in my last that I 
should attack Ty at all Events, but on more Mature consideration think 
that the advantages of carving that Post with Indej>endence will not com- 

rmsate for the probiblc loss altho I am certain of carrying the Posts, indeed 
begin to be censured by Officers and Men for not suffering them to make 
the attempt. 

By intelligence from up the Lake I am sure that I shall have it in my 
Power to command this Lake, the Enemy have a Post at Dimond Isle- 
landt [?] consisting of 3 Companies of German Troops, and almost all the 
Boats in the lake exclusive of those I have taken they have but little Pro- 
vision and cannot be reinforced or supplyed from this Quarter Shall in- 
dcavour to set out tomorrow morning with a small Sloop Mounting 3 Car- 
riage Guns 7 pounds, one Gun Boat with one Brass 18 Do. in her Bow and 
one other Boat Mounting one 7 Do. and about 400 Men in Boats I can 
Retreat much easier from 20 Miles Up the Lake then from this Place do 
not mean however to abandon this Place unless necessitated to do it untill 
the Event of this Expedition is known — 

I must not omit doing Justice to the Officers and Soldiers under my Com- 
mand in the late attack never were Men more furious, and even fool hardy 
in the instance of attacking the Block house by which Means I lost several 
Men. Capt. Ebr. Allin of the Vermont Rangers with Ins Compy alone 
attacked mount Defiance supported by double his Number and previously 
advertized by my attack at this Place, and paraded on the top of the Mount 
on which was a Block House about half finished and every other advantage 
he ascended the precipice and drove them in 6 Minutes killing a Number 
and took 21 Prisoners Cannon &c &c the remainder got headlong down the 
mountain. Desire you by all Means to give me every Piece of Intcligence — 

Wishing you Success 

Am Sr. your Obt. [?] hml. Svt 

Jno Brown 

J Brown 

[Addressed] 
Honble. Benja Lincoln Esqr. 

Majr. Genl. in the northern Army 

[General Lincoln to Colonel Brown*] . 

Pawlet Sept. 21 1777 
Dear Colonel 

All your movments since you left this place have [been] very agreeable 
to me I am greatly obliged to you for your exertions & am glad to hear that 
with spirit the officers and men under you have distinguished themselves — 
You are all entitled to the thanks of ye public mine you have most cordially 

I had no idea when I wrote to General Bayley, to which letter you refer, 
of your retreating while there was a probability of sucess neither do I now 
wish it Coll. Woodbridge will afford you all ye assistance in his power. — 
I had yesterday General Gates repealed orders to join him at Stillwater I 
must do it my self with all the troops I can collect here. He had a skirmish 

•This letter, unsigned, was found among General Lincoln's papers. It is endorsed: "To Col: 
Brown Sept. 21st 1777." 



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ye night l>eforc last night with yc enemy he took 2f>0 prisoners it 3 field 
pieces — General Warner & you must act your own judgments with respect 
to attacking ye cnemis lines continuing ye Sigee or retiring I am this moment 

foing to set off expect to sec General Gates tomorrow — I shall lrave Gcnl 
Jayley at Castletown who will afford you every in supplies 
I am Dr Sir with sincere regard <fc esteem 

your most hum Servt — 

While at Skeenboro I could git no advice from you I supposed our ex- 
presses were cutt off indeed I was confirmed in this opinion [?J after being 
informed that one of our boats were fired on by the tories some men killed 
The boat went as, afterward, I was told into East Bay I therefore took 
post for one night at Castletown. 

[Colonel Brown to General Lincoln*] 

Skeensboro Friday 11 o'clock, a m. Sept. 2Gth 1777 
Dear Sir 

I this minute arrived at this place by the way of Fort Ann, was induced 
to take this rout on ac l of my Ignorance of the situation of every part of 
the continental Army — 

On the 22 inst at 4 o'clk P.M. I set sail from the north end Lake George 
with 20 sail of Boats three of which were armed, Viz one small sloop mount- 
ing 3 guns, and 2 British Gun Boats having on Board the whole about 420 
Men officers included with a Determined resolution to attack Diamond 
Island which lies within 5 miles Fort George at the break of Day the next 
Morning, but a very heavy storm coming on prevented — I arrived Sabbath 
Day point abt midnight where I tarried all night, during which time I [sic] 
small Boat in the fleet taken the Day before coming from Fort George, con- 
ducted by one Ferry lately a sutler in our army, I put Ferry on his Parole, 
but in the night he found Means to escape with his Boat, and informed the 
Enemy of our approach, on the 23d I advanced as far as 12 Mile Island, the 
Wind continuing too high for an attack I suspended it untill the Morning 
of the 24th at 9 oclock at which Time I advanced with the 3 armed Boats 
in front and the other Boats, I ordered to wing to the Right and left of 
Island to attempt a landing if practicable, and to support the Gun Boats 
in case they should need assistance, I was induced to make this experiment 
to find the strength of the Island as also to carry it if practicable — the enemy 
gave me the first fire which I returned in good earnest, and advanced as 
nigh as I thought prudent, I soon found that the enemy had been adver- 
tised of our approach and well prepared for our reception having a great 
number of cannon well mounted with good Breast Works, I however ap- 
proached within a small Distance giving the Enemy as hot a fire as in my 
Power, untill the sloop was hulled between wind and Water and obliged to 
toe her off and one of the boats so damaged as I was obliged to quit her in 
the action. I had two men killed two Mortally wounded and several others 
wounded in such Manner as I was obliged to leave them under the Care of 
the Inhabitants, who I had taken Prisoners giving them a sufficient reward 
for their services. 

I Run my Boats up a Bay a considerable distance and burnt them with 
all the Baggage that was not portable — The Enemy have on Diamond 
Island as near as could be collected are about three hundred, and about 
40 at Fort George with orders if they are attacked to retreat to the Island — 
Genl Borgoine has about 4 Weeks Provision with his army and no more, 
he is determined to cut his Road through to Albany at all events, for this 

•This letter is reprinted from Register, vol. 26, pp. 151-152, where it is said to have been 

taken from the Gates Papers, p. 220. Cf. Colonel Brown's report to General about this 

attack, in his letter of 4 Oct. 1777, infra, p. 293. 



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290 Col. John Brown's Expedition, 1777 [Oct. 

I have the last authority, still I think him under a small mistake — Most of 
the Horses and Cattle taken at Ty and thereabouts were left in the Woods. 
Genl Warner has put out a party in quest of them. 

I am Dear Sr wishing you and the Main Army great Success 

your most obt huml Scrt 

Jno Brown 

Genl Lincoln 

NB You may Depend on it that after the British Army were supply 
with six Weeks provision which was two weeks from the Communication 
between I^ake George and Fort Edward was ordered by Genl. Burgoine to 
be stor'd and no passes given — 

The attack on the Island continued with interruption 2 Hours. 

[General Lincoln to Colonel Brown*] 

Camp at Behsmus bight Sept. 28 1777 
My dear Colonel 

Your favor of the 26 I reed this morning in which you mention your sev- 
eral movments I think they were made with judgment <fc executed with 
spirit, altho you had not all ye wished for success, the eminent services 
you have rendered to your country in your late rout will always be remem- 
bered by them with gratitude — The time for which your men engaged to 
serve now expires you will suffer them to return home please to present to 
them my warmest thankfs] for their faithfull services — I wish to see you 
before you return that I may receive from your own mouth a full <fe par- 
ticular acct. of your several movments & the articles you have taken <fc 
have an opportunity to mention to you the high sense I entertain of your 
faithfull services 

Colo Browne 

[General Lincoln to Colonel Brown] 

Camp, Behmesses hieghts 4 Miles above Stil water. September 30th 1777 
Dear Colonel, 

I think it unnecessary for you to seal my letter to General Warner it will 
be best to give it to him open — 

You will be so good when you arrive at Pawlet as to send a party of men 
consisting of two or three hundred with ten or twelve days provision (the 
bread they can carry the beef may be on foot) between Fort Edward and 
Fort George in order to cut off all communication between these posts and 
to harrass and distress the enemy you will appoint some person of known 
bravery, ability and experience to command them if there should not be 
a number sufficient at Pawlet you will please to send to General Bailey at 
Manchester requesting such aid from the militia there as you may need, 
if you should fail of succour there, you will send to the commanding officer 
at white creek for it. I will replace them by troops from Falls mils. — You 
will please to give the party instructions to cut off all communication between 
Fort Edward and Fort George. If in their power, prevent any supplies 
going to the enemy to harrass and distress them and report to General 
Gates every piece of information of importance which may come to their 
knowledge — 

I am sorry to give you this trouble but I know not how to avoid it and 
prosecute the plan agreed on 

You promised no more to the troops when you assured them that they should 

•This letter, unsigned, was found among General Lincoln's papers. It is endorsed: "To Colo 
Browne. Sept. 28th 1777." 



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have the bcnifit of the plunder than you hail a right to engage, the only question 
is who are to be considered as captures .* 
1 am dear Sir with sincere regard 

Your hml Servant 

B Lincoln 

N. B. If Sir your ill state of health forbids your doing this business you 
will be so good as to let me know it by a line — 

B Lincoln 

[Endorsed] 
To Colo. Browne 

Septr. 30. 1777 

[Colonel Brown to General Lincoln] 

Camp at Falls Mills Oct. 1st 1777 
Dear Sir 

This Minute received your favr of this Day Am sorry you dip! not hint 
in your letter the oppinion of Genl. Gates with regard to the Plunder, as 
possibly that might have given satisfaction could wish you would do it 
the first Express. 

Shall execute your Orders respecting the Party to be put between Fort 
Edward <fe Lake George. Whitcomb or Wirt must have the Command 
I think your Scouts ought to be advertized of this party least, they annoy 
each other— 

I have confered with Genl. Fellows with Regard to the Berkshire Mili- 
tia, it was almost impossible to retain them at any rate, the Genl. there- 
fore with advice of the Officers of his Brigade thought it most advisable 
to limit the time for those Militia as it seemed they would consent to tarry [?] 
Ten Days, although it was apparent they would all desist, they have 
therfore mostly agreed to tarry [?] the Ten Days — Genl. Fellows desired 
me to advertise you of this Matter, hope you will make up of the Militia 
before that time is expired — 

Wishing you the greatest Success Am respectfully 

your hors. most Obed hmle. Svt 

Jno Brown 
Honle. Genl Lincoln 

[Addressed] 

Honle. Majr. Genl. Lincoln 

at Head Quarters 

[General Lincoln to Colonel Brown] 

October 2d 1777 
Dear Colo. 

I forgot in my last to request you to order the commissar}' at Pawlet to 

make a return of the stores there which he will do and send it by the bearer. 

You will mention to General Warner if you think proper that General 

Gates is of opinion that the party with you who took the plunder hath the 

sole right to it. 

I am dear Sir 

Your humble servant 

B. Lincoln 
To Colonel Browne 

[Endorsed] 
To Colonel Browne 

October 2d 1777 

•The words here printed in italics are crossed oat in the original letter. 
VOL. LXXIV. 19 



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[Colonel Brown to General •] 

Pawlct October 4th 1777 
Dear General 

Permit me to present you the Continental Standard retaken at Ticondcroga 
on the 18th Ult. Please to Present my Compliments to those Gentleman 
who in their hurry slipt off and forgot them, — hope never to have the like 
Occasion to present Them or your Honour with our own Colours; Should 
have done myself the honour to make this Presentation in Person when I 
had the honour of waiting on You, but conceived the Colours to have be- 
longed to an armed Vessel until this Minute when upon Opening them find 
they are the Continental Standard, hope they may be flourished in your 
Camp and soon replaced in Ticonderoga 

Agreeable to your desire I send your Honor the Particular Occurrences 
of my Expedition to the North End of Lake George 

On the 13th of Septr recciv'd Orders from Genl. Lincoln to make this 
Expedition, On the 17th arrived on the Heights above the Landing near 
Mount Defiance where I made what Discoveries I could of the Situation 
of the Enemy at their several Posts at Ticonda, Independance and the 
Landing; At Daybreak the next Morning attacked the Enemy at the Land- 
ing and at Mt Defiance, I made such a Disposition at the Landing as in- 
tirely to invest the Enemy, so that not one Man Escaped, Two of our Offi- 
cers were Wounded and several of the Enemy killed in this Attack but the 
Enemy were so surprized that they could make no Considerable Defence. 
Mount Defiance was at the same Time stormed by one Company of the 
Rangers under the Command of Capt Eben r Allen consisting of 40 Men, 
the Post being defended by Double that Number was however carried in 
6 Minutes without the loss of a Man killed or wounded on our Side, they had 
two killed and several Wounded and upwards of 20 taken Prisoners — Captn. 
Allen deserves Immortal Honor for his spirited Conduct in this Attack, 
being obliged to ascend a craggy Precipice under the Fire of the Enemy to 
make the Attempt. Immediately on carrying the Landing I detached a 
considerable Number of the Party to the Bridge who surprized the Enemy 
there, The Falls making such a Noise that they never heard the Attack 
at the Landing, the Party being reinforced by me Proceeded on to the Houses 
and Barn near Mr. Intoss, toward the French Lines where was a Consider- 
able Number of our Prisoners and one Company of British Troops who 
were surprized in like Manner and taken Prisoners to a Man, We relieved 
in the whole of our own Prisoners at all the Posts 118 Who had been con- 
fined, fatigued and dejected to such a degree that one could scarcely con- 
jecture what they were, They come out of their Holes and Cells with 
Wonder and Amazement, indeed the Transition was almost too much for 
them, I immediately armed them and changed the Tables with the Enemy, 
I found the French Lines undefended and but one Company in the old Fort, 
I immediately demanded a Surrendery of Ty. <fc Independance, but receiv'd 
a Manly denial from General Powel, I heard nothing from Colonel John- 
son this Day, on the 19th I receiv'd an Express from the Colol, and found 
that his attempt on Independance was not made with a View to carry it, 
Indeed the Enemy have fortifyed Independance in such a Manner that by 
the block Houses and Redoubts which they have erected, together with 
their Shipping, they can cover and defend the whole of the Ground on Inde- 
pendce the Enemy have about 700 Men in the Mount 500 of which they 
can turn out on an Emergencv, considering these Particulars. I thought it 
Proper not to advise to a Joint Attack of that Post, which I had in Con- 
templation before I discovered their true situation. The old Fort could 

•There is nothing in or on this letter to indicate to what general it was written. ApparenUy 
it was not written to General Lincoln. 



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have been carried by ray Party but did not think that the Acquisition would 
have been a Compensation for the Probable loss, since if Indepcndancc was 
not carried this Post must have been soon evacuated 

By the Boats that come in <l:iyly from Fort George and Diamond Inland, 
I found that the Island were not apprized of us and therefore determined 
that it was my Object rather than Ty I therefore after Canonading the old 
Fort a Considerable Time, from within the old french Lines and from mount 
defiance, from which with one Ball two Men within the Parade were killed, 
and after having destroyed all the Carriges and Boats except 20 in lake 
George and after having burnt most of the Stores about Ticonderoga and 
killed and sent off all the Cattle and Horses, on the 24th I imbarked for 
the Island, having 5 Cannon mounted on the small sloop and gun Boats, 
but an unluky Circumstance happened; One Terry lately a sctler [sic] in 
our Army being a Prisoner, I suffered him to go at large on Parole but on 
my sailing from the landing I ordered Terry & his Associates on board the 
Gun Boats, unhappily an Officer coming on in the rear ordered Terry out 
of the Gun Boats into his own Boat and fall under his stem, altho this Officer 
had no bad intent in this Order yet it Proved our overthrow at the Island, 
for Night coming on with a great Storm Terry made his Escape to the Enemy 
which gave them sufficient Oppertunity to mount their Cannon and Pre- 
pare for our reception I however Proceeded and made the Attempt, but 
finding the Enemy too well Prepared was obliged to quit after two hours 
Engagement, in which the Enemy huld the sloop between wind and water 
in such Manner I was obliged to toe her off, one of the Gun Boats also being 
Wounded and many other Boats shattered to Pieces, I thought Proper 
to retreat and after having burnd all the boats on the East shore quit the 
Lake and got safely into Skeensboro', I left behind me in the whole killed 
and wounded ten Men — the Number of Prisoners on Parole shall transmit 
your honor very soon 

Am Sr with the utmost respect 

Your Honors most Obedient humble Servt, 

John Brown 



JOHN DEVEREUX OF MARBLEHEAD, MASS., 
AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

By Mrs. Frank M. Angellotti of San Rafael, Cal. 

[Concluded from page 211] 

20. Ralph 8 Devereux (Ralph* Ralph* Ralph* Robert, 1 John 1 ), 

of Prospect, Me., farmer, born at Penobscot, Me., 15 June 

1795, died 2 June 1S74. He married first, 27 Feb. 1822, 

Nancy Lennan of Georgetown, Me., who died in June 1865; 

and secondly, in 1S68, Margaret Harriman Grant of 

Prospect. 

He settled at Prospect the year after his first marriage, 

and lived near the Penobscot River. 

Children by first wife: 

i. Ralph, 7 master mariner, b. 17 Sept. 1823; d. 20 Sept. 1902; m. 19 
July 1846 Hester A. Harriman of Prospect, who d. in Apr. 1SS8. 



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294 Descendants of John Dcvereuz [Oct. 

Children: 1. Almrrtta,* \>. 27 Mar. 1M'»; rn. Capt. William Tup- 
r>er of S-arsport, M«\, mariner; present PHidODOe. Jacksonville, 
Fla; child: (1) 1-Ln.I j>h, who rn. rlofWUM Madden of Jacksonville. 

2. Melvina, m. Capt. Wilbert Hichborn of Stockton Spring, Me. 

3. Hester, m. Lewis Gamma^e of Connecticut; d. there in 1888. 

4. Mary II., m. Edward Tuttlc of Massachusetts. 5. Charles 
Bryant, master mariner, b. 6 Apr. 1S47; d. in a southern port 
28 Oct. 1893; rn. in 1872 Caroline A. M.-lonc of Cutler, Me., h. 7 
Apr. 1850; six children.* G. Daniel, b. 3 Dec. 1861; living unm. 
in Florida in 1920. 

ii. Eliza A., b. 11 Nov. 1825; d. at Roxbury, Mass., 3 Oct. 1895; m. 
Capt. Thomas R. Bowden of Prospect, master mariner, who d. 
21 Sept. 1899. 

iii. Charles Bryant, b. 30 Jan. 1828; lost at sea 27 Oct. 1844. 

iv. Mary Winslow, b. 4 Feb. 1830* d. 2 July 1879* m. John Adams of 
Unity, Me., and removed to Chicago, 111. Cnild: 1. Albert, who 
went to California. 

v. Nancy, b. in June 1832; d. 30 June 1833. 

vi. Albert, master mariner, b. 12 June 1834; lost at sea on the Singa- 
rclla, which sailed from Port of Spain, Trinidad, B. W. I., for 
Philadelphia, Pa., in Oct. 1884, and was never heard of again; 
m. Augusta M. Blanchard of Stockton Springs, Me. Children: 
1. Eugenie L., % b. 16 Sept. 1865; m. Phineas P. Griffin of Sears- 
port, Me., now of Los Angeles, Cal. 2. Herbert, dentist, b. 12 
July 1874; d. 5 Nov. 1903. 

vii. HoracEj master mariner, b. 30 July 1836; d. at sea, on the Liberty, 
of which he was master, on a voyage from Aouin, Haiti, to Bos- 
ton, and bur. at sea 28 Dec. 1878: m. 11 Mar. 1863 Mary A. 
GenX, b. 7 Feb. 1841, dau. of Alfred and Susan P. (Shute) of 
Prospect. Children: 1. Martha* b. 19 Dec. 1868; d. 22 May 
1875. 2. Louise Lennan, b. 4 June 1871; d. 12 June 1875. 

viii. Nancy, b. 7 May 1838; d. at Oakland, Cal., 30 July 1915; m. 
Jewett Harriman, formerly of Prospect, Me., who d. 28 Apr. 
1917 and was bur. at Oakland. They resided at San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Lx. Martha, b. 11 Dec. 1841; d. unm. 25 Aug. 1859. 

21. Reuben 6 Devereux (Ralph,* Ralph,* Ralph, 3 Robert, 7 John 1 ), of 
Penobscot, Me., farmer, born at Penobscot 21 Mar. 1813, 
died there 13 Dec. 1877. He married, 19 Apr. 1S37, Ursula 
Lawrence of Castine, Me., born 6 Apr. 1817, died at Penob- 
scot 14 Nov. 1899. 
Children: 

i. Auqustu8 R., 7 of Penobscot and East Lamoine, Me., farmer, b. at 
Penobscot 12 June 1S38; d. at East Lamoine 27 Nov. 1912; m. 
(1) 25 Dec. 1S64 Elizabeth F. Dunbar, b. at Penobscot 20 July 
1845, d. at East Lamoine 31 July 1901, dau. of Reuben and Eliza- 
beth (Parker) of Penobscot; m. (2) 4 Dec. 1907 Flora Hopkins 
of Ellsworth, Me. He served three years in the Civil War, in 
Co. D, First Maine Cavalry, and was a prisoner for six months; 
he was sheriff of Hancock County, Me., nine years, postmaster 
at Ellsworth six years, and custodian of the U. S. coaling station 
at East Lamoine four years, from its establishment until his death. 
Children by first wife: 1. George II.,* lawver and insurance broker, 
b. at Penobscot 10 Jan. 1S66; m. at Omaha, Nebr., 24 Dec. 1891, 

•Children of Charles Bryant and Caroline A. (Melone) Devereux: 1. William S.. b. at Seara- 
port. Me.. 18 Jan. 1S74. 2. Annie, b. in New York 29 Dee. 1875; d. 22 Deo. 1877. 3. Charlea Bry- 
ant, b. in New York 28 Oct. 1877; m. Reed of Waverley. Maaa. 4. Carrie R.. b. at 

Prospect Ferry. Me.. 14 Feb. 1SS0; m. Horace Albert SUplea of Stockton. Me.; one aon. Bryant 
Devereux. b. 1 Nov. 1917. 5. AlvaretU. b. at Proepect Ferry, Me. 29 Apr. 1881; m. Dewitt C. 
Reed of New York City; one daughter, France* Devereux. b. 12 Oct. 1911. 6. Jennie Oakley, 
b. at Stockton Springs, Me.. 28 Nov. 1886; m. Albert T. Reed of Waverley, Maaa. 



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Amy Maud Barr of Omaha, b. at North fiVlA, Minn., 20 Aug. 1872, 
dau. of John and Emily C.; children, b. at Omaha: M; EU»- 

worth, t 1). 4 Dec. 1892, served thirteen months in the U. S. Navy 
in the World War, and (2) John II., b. 28 Juru- 1908. 2. Cora B., 
b. 20 Aur. 1888] m. at Ellsworth, 27 Oct. 1886. Frederick H. 
Macomber, merchant and postmaster at Seal Harbor, M<- , \>. at 
Franklin, Me., 28 Oct. 1862, a. of Henry E. and Julia (West); 
children: (1) Phyllis, b. 17 Auk. 1892, (2) Elizalicth, b. 8 May 
1894, and (3) Frederick, b. 26 Oct. 1901. 3. Ella Ursula, b. at 
Blue Hill, Me., 17 Aug. 1871; m. at Lamoine, Mr ., 19 Jan. 1903, 
William Shaw Cousins, a chief engineer in the service of the U. S. 
Shipping Board, b. 22 Jan. 1873, s. of Samuel Pederick, master 
mariner, and Jane (Harrington); children: (1) Elizabeth Dev- 
ereux, b. at Lamoine 4 July 1904, (2) Mary Devereux, b. 20 Mar. 
1908, and (3) William Shaw, b. at Lamoine 15 Juno 1909, d. at 
Brooklyn N. Y., 10 Aug. 1916. 

ii. Sarah E., b. 3 Nov. 1841; living in 1920 at Blue Hill, Me.; m. 2 
July 1870 Frank Davis of Blue Hill, who d. 6 Apr. 1914. Children : 
1. Minetta, b. 20 May 1871; m. (1) 22 Jan. 1889 Joseph W. Wood- 
ward; m. (2) 25 Aug. 1899 Edward D. Knapp; child by first 
husband: (1) Sherman, b.5 Nov. 1889, m. 28 Dec. 1918 Elizabeth 
C.Winkler. 2. Rubie Frank, b. 19 Aug. 1874; m. (1) 12 Dec. 1912 
Edgar Stevens; m. (2) 13 Oct. 1916 Ward Westcott. 3. Elizabeth 
Devereux, b. 20 Aug. 1877; m. 2 May 1907 Hollis Clark; children: 
(1) Rubie Dorothy (twin), b. 2G Aug. 1908. (2) Roger James 
(twin), b. 26 Aug. 1908, and (3) Lester Hollis, b. 4 May 1910. 

iii. Charles Arthur, of Bucksport, Me., master mariner, b. at Penob- 
scot 17 Mar. 1844; d. 14 Mar. 1895; m. at Bucksport, 15 Nov. 
1866, his second cousin, Abbie Ingalls Kino (16, vi, 6) of Orring- 
ton, Me., b. 5 June 1841, living at Bucksport in 1920, dau. of 
John and Mary (Devereux) of Orrington. He served three 
years in the Civil War, in Co. K, Sixteenth Maine Infantry, and 
was wounded at Gettysburg, 3 July 1863. Children: 1. Mabel 
Annie* b. at Orrington 29 Jan. 186S; m. 15 Nov. 1891 Harry 
Nevens of Bucksport, steamship officer, b. 15 June 1867, s. of 
James M. and Mary Harriman; child: (1) Mabel Marguerite, 
b. 30 Apr. 1892 m. 12 June 1912 Arthur Higgins, b. 11 May 1882, 
s. of Freeman Cobb and Lucinda (Lampher). 2. Wilberi Arthur, 
b. 13 Nov. 1871: drowned 19 July 1892. 

iv. Mark C, of Penobscot, farmer, b. at Penobscot 20 Sept. 1851 ; liv- 
ing in 1920; m. 19 July 1884 Laura A. Clark of Castine, living 
in 1920. He lives on the old Devereux farm near Penobscot, in 
the house built on it by his great-grandfather, Ralph Devereux 
(Jl). He contributed much of the information about the Maine 
branch of the Devereux family that is given in this genealogy. 
Children: 1. Reuben* farmer, b. at Penobscot 26 May 18S5; m. 
in Jan. 1907 Mary Hutchins of Penobscot; children: (1) Erma, 
b. 9 Aug. 1907, and (2) Marguerite, b. in Jan. 1909. 2. Joseph 
IP., steamship officer, b. 14 Aug. 1887; m. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 
in Apr. 1917, Prudence Piper, b. in Mar. 18S7. 3. Frank R., 
farmer, b. 17 Feb. 1S91; m. in Sept. 1916 Lowena Leach of Cas- 
tine; child: (1) Charles Russell, b. 5 Mar. 1918. 4. Gladys, b. 2 
Apr. 1899; m. in June 1915 Harold Perkins of Penobscot, farmer; 
children: (1) Madeline, b. 9 Nov. 1916, and (2) Catheryn, b. 
10 Dec. 1918. 

V. Hattie J., b. at Penobscot 12 Feb. 1S62; m. 17 Dec. 1SS2 Menton 
M. Grindal of Penobscot, farmer, b. 19 Aug. 1S59, s. of Otis and 
Margaret. Children: 1. Lyndon L., b. 26 Aug. 1SS4; m. at 
Bangor, Me., 14 Jan. 1906, Margaret Goode, b. 30 Oct. 1SS4, 
dau. of Robert W.; child: (1) Ralph L., b. at Bangor 31 May 1907. 
2. Clifford, b. 6 Aug. 1SS6; m. at Patten, Me., 5 Dec. 1906, Eva 
Brown, b. 3 Nov. 1884, dau. of Charles R. of Bangor, Me.; child: 
(1) Clifford, b. at Patten 30 June 1916. 



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22. John* Dkvkkeux (Joseph* Ralph,* Ralph* Robert, 2 John 1 ), of 

Penobscot, Me., born at Penobscot 25 Mar. 1808, died there 
27 Apr. 1859. He married in 1833 Klizaukth Farnham, 
born 1 Jan. 1813, died 19 Jan. 1894. 
Children: 

i. Mary Ann, 7 b. 18 May 1834; d. at San Francisco, Cal. f in 1916. 

ii. Hudson, b. 2 Nov. 1835; d. s. p. at Castine, Me., 7 Mar. 1915; m. 

(1) Wilson; in. (2) Juxja Webster; m. (3) Ltdia 

Hatch. 

iii. Ltdia Mat, b. at Castine, Me., 25 Apr. 1837; d. at San Francisco, 
Cal., 3 June 1920; m. at Portland, Me., 22 Jan. 1865, Joseph 
Anton Dierwanoer, b. in Bavaria 7 Oct. 1827, d. at Portland 
14 Jan. 1910. Children, b. at Portland: 1. Frederika Brema, b. 21 
Mar. 1867; d. at Lynn, Mass., 23 July 1885. 2. Anna Shepherd, 
b. 8 Feb. 1869; m. in Boston, 29 Nov. 1893, George Norris Coyle 
of Portland. 3. Ludwig, b. 15 June 1873; d. at Portland 30 Sept. 
1874. 4. Joseph Anion, b. 8 Feb. 1876; m. (1) at Boston, 5 
Apr. 1905, Lillian Julia Nelson, who d. at Pasadena, Cal., 28 Dec. 
1907; m. (2) in New York City, 12 July 1910, Adeline M. McCor- 
mick; child by second wife: (1) Mildred Rowe, b. at Dorchester, 
Mass., 11 July 1911, d. 8 Feb. 1913. 

iv. Samuel F., b. 28 Oct. 1838; d. at Salem about 1912; m. (1) Martha 
J. Bowden; m. (2) Serena Margrage, widow. He had Issue 
by his first wife. 

v. Warren J., b. 17 Dec. 1841: d. unm. in Libby Prison, Richmond, 
Va., 28 Nov. 1861, having been taken prisoner at the First Battle 
of Bull Run. He was a member of the Second Maine Infantry. 

vi. John Homer, master mariner, b. 19 Feb. 1847; living in 1919 at 
Whitestone Landing, Long Island, N. Y.; m. (1) in 1866 Cora 
E. Hatch, who d. in 1872; m. (2) in 1878 Nellie Farnham, who 
d. in 1903. In 1918 he was captain of the schooner Fannie Pre*- 
coti of New York, when she was sunk by a German submarine off 
the Canary Islands, and he was forced, with the ship's crew, to 
row in the ship's boats, without food, to the coast of Africa, 75 
miles distant, a feat which they accomplished in 52 hours. Child 
by second wife: 1. Margaret* b. 18 Nov. 1893. 

vii. Emma F., b. 6 June 1852; d. 5 Nov. 1896; m. Jason Hanson of 
Castine, Me. Children: 1. Lesta. 2. Jason. 3. Dcvereux. 

23. Willard 6 Devereux (Joseph* Ralph,* Ralph, 1 Robert, 1 John 1 ), 

born 15 Dec. 1810, died at Castine, Me., 27 Jan. 1882. He 
married first, about 1S36, Loisa M. Stover, born G May 1810, 
died 11 Dec. 1S60; and secondly, about 1S66, Emma N. 
Foster, who died 30 Aug. 1912. 
Children by first wife: 

i. Ferdinand, 7 b. 10 Feb. 1S38; living in 1920 at Castine; m. at 
Castine, 19 Oct. 1S64, Matilda A. Thomas, b. 22 Mar. 1S42, d. 24 
Mar. 1915. No children. 

ii. Charles Willard, b. 10 July 1S39: lost at sea 13 Mar. 1S60; unm. 

iii. Frank, b. 3 Oct. 1840; killed in the Battle of Gettysburg, 1 July 
1S63; bur. at Gettysburg. 

iv. George Adams, b. 28 Oct. 1S42; d. 18 Nov. 1S97; m. 19 Jan. 1867 
Frances J. Hatch of Castine, b. at Castine 8 Feb. 1847, dau. of 
Capt. William, mariner, and Jeanette (Dennett). He enlisted in 
the Civil War in the Sixteenth Maine Infant ry, but was dis- 
charged on accoun. of ill health without seeing active service. 
Children: 1. Charles Warren* b. 24 Aug. 1S67; m. 26 Aug. 1902 
Mary Joy Dunbar, b. at Castine 23 Nov. 1870, dau. of Bennett 
and Frances M. (Leach) and granddaughter of Reuben and Eliza- 
beth (Parker) Dunbar of Penobscot, Me.; he was for many years 



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in the service of the Clyde Line Steamship Company, and from 
1902 on commanded shijw of that line sailing from New York; 
on 28 Mar. 1917 h<- enlisted in the U. S. Naval Reserve and was 
commissioned as lieutenant commander and afterwards as com- 
mander, holding the latter rank from 21 June 1018 to 22 June 
1919; during his service in the World War he commanded the 
U. S. Ship Lenaj)€ and the U. S. Ship West Haven, naval transports 
carrying troops and supplies to France; he retired from the serv- 
ice 20 June 1919; child: (1) Richard Austin,' b. in Florida 21 
Jan. 1900. 2. Maria Louise, b. 9 Feb. 1809: m. at Castine, 3 
Jan. 1894, Ralph E. Doritv, b. at Sedgwick, Me., 10 Apr. 1871, 
s. of Horace and Rubie H. (Merrick); children: (1) Rubic Frances, 
b. 25 Sept. 1894. and (2) Prentiss E. Stanley, b. 26 Sept. 1898, who 
enlisted in the Tenth U. S. Infantry 20 Mar. 1916, was transferred 
to the First Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battalion, was transferred 
later to the Two Hundred and Seventy-seventh Military Police 
Company, took part in the Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel, and Meuse- 
Argonne offensives, served in Italy and Belgium and with the Army 
of Occupation in Germany, and was twice gassed, in rank a sergeant. 
3. Emma Jeanette, b. 1. Apr. 1872; m. at Boothbay Harbor, Me., 
16 June 1896, Burke Dunbar of Penobscot, Me., b. 23 Mar. 1871, 

gsrished when the steamer Portland was lost in Massachusetts 
ay, 26 Nov. 1898, s. of Elisha and Ellen (Wardwell); she re- 
turned to Penobscot and lives there with her mother on the old 
farm; child: (1) Karl Burke, b. 9 Aug. 1898, who enlisted at 
Bangor, Me., in the World War, was trained at Fort Hancock, 
N. J., and served overseas one year in the Heavy Artillery. 4. 
Percy Raymond, b. 14 Nov. 1874; m. at Glenwood Springs, Colo., 
3 Oct. 1897, Lorean J. Reynolds of Pueblo, Colo., who d. 5 Feb. 
1915, dau. of George and Rebecca (Fisher) ; children: (1) George 
Thomas, 9 b. at Minturn, Colo., 13 June 1899, who served as a 
volunteer in the World War, served in the American Expeditionary 
Forces in the One Hundred and Fifteenth Ammunition Train, 
Fortieth Division, and was detached and drove a motor car for 
headquarters, (2) Frances Rebecca, b. at Minturn, Colo., 18 Mar. 
1901, (3) Percy Arthur, b. at Paonia, Colo., 4 Feb. 1904, (4) Homer 
Augustus, b. at Paonia, Colo., 9 Feb. 1906, d. in Sept. 1907, and 
(5) Merle Vincent, b. at Eads, Colo., 1 Nov. 1910. 5. Georgi- 
ana, b. in 1877, d. at Castine 20 Mar. 1901. 6. Marietta, b. in 
1880; m. Daniel Dee; child: (1) Josephine. 7. Beulah Thayer, 
b. 16 Sept. 18S2; m. (1) at Buena Vista, Colo., Leander Bishop 
Furman, b. at Venetia, Pa., 15 Dec. 1865, s. of Rev. A. H. and 
Maria B.; m. (2) at Denver, Colo., 14 Feb. 1911, Carl Arden 
Judd, b. at Spencerville, Ind., 2 Apr. 1881, s. of Orrin and Isabel; 
child by first husband: (1) Lucile Devereux, b. 7 Oct. 1902, m. 9 
Dec. 1919 Orland McMullin of Denver. 8. Frank Willard, b. 
2 July 18S5; m. 15 Jan. 1912 Velma Austin of Albany. N. Y. 
9. Henry Walcott, b. 27 May 1SS7; m. 2 Mar. 1912 Kathryn V. 
Miller of Newburgh, N. Y., b. 8 Nov. 1890, dau. of James and 
Mary. 10. Jessie Hazel, b. 13 Oct. 1889; ra. at Orrington, Me., 
2 Nov. 1907, Horace Cunningham, b. at Stockton Springs, Me., 
19 Oct. 1SS3, s. of Frederick and Cora A. of Rockland, Me.; 
children: (1) Veda Louise, b. 11 Aug. 1908, (2) Cora Frances, b. 15 
Oct. 1910, (3) Devereux Dee, b. 1 Aug. 1912, (4) Donald Horace, 
b. 24 May 1914, (5) Merlin Duane, b. 8 Apr. 1916, (6) Myrtle 
Regina, b. 8 July 1917, and (7) Orville Herbert, b. 25 Nov. 1919. 
11. Burton White, b. 22 Sept. 1893; living in Colorado. 

v. Maria Luct, b. 3 Feb. 1S45; d. unm. 14 Sept. 1864. 

vi. Sarah Louise, b. at Castine 1 *eb. 1S50; d. at Orrington, Me., 15 
July 1881; m. at Castine, 1 Feb. 1871, Joseph Wesley Bowden 
of Orrington, farmer, b. at Orrington 7 May 1850, s. of Joseph 
and Jane (King); four children, all born at Castine.* 

•Children of Joseph Wesley and Sarah Louise (Devereux) Bowden: 1. Arthur Willard, b. 14 



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24. Skth Kimball 6 Devereux (Joseph,* Ralph,* Ralph, 1 Robert, 7 
John 1 ), born at Penobscot, Me., 12 June 1821, died at West- 
wood, N. J., 11 Mar. 1898. He married, 27 Feb. 1844, 
Ann I. C. Jackson, born at Norfolk, Va., 27 Feb. L821, died 
at Castine, Me., 18 July 1868. 

He was prominent in his community, and was collector of 
customs at Castine, 1861-18G7. 

Children: 

i. Sklina Eliza, 1 b. 1 June 1845; d. 30 Aug. 1846. 

ii. Hubert Kimball, b. 19 July 1840; d. 30 Apr. 1872. 

iii. Ann Selina, b. 12 Dec. 1848; now living at Meriden, Conn.; m. at 
Cambridge, Mass., 19 Jan. 1878, John Quincy Tiiater, h. at New 
Milford, Conn., 24 Mar. 1843, d. 27 Jan. 1915, for nineteen years 
judge of probate at Meriden. Child: 1. Zerline Devereux, t>. 29 
May 1880; d. 9 Dec. 1884. 

iv. Arthur Milton, b. at Castine 14 Oct. 1851 : m. at New London, 
Conn., 30 Apr. 1874, Pauline Elizabeth Styer, b. at New Lon- 
don 15 Dec. 1854, d. at Castine 16 July 1916. He was educated 
in the public schools of Castine, was a student at the Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology in 1868-69, served as a lieutenant 
in the U. S. Revenue Cutter Service, 1871-1878, and aided in the 
rescue of the inhabitants when a tract of country on the Michigan 
shore of Lake Huron was burned in 1871, taking people from the 
burning towns and carrying them to Port Huron, Mich. He was a 
charter member of the Maine Society of Civil Engineers, and 
built and owned the water works at Castine. Children: 1. Har- 
riet Sherman,* b. at Milwaukee, Wis., 14 Feb. 1875; educated at 
Mt. Holyoke College. 2. Pauline Faye, b. at New London 11 
July 1876; educated at Mt. Holyoke College. 3. Rosmar Styer, 
of Castine, civil engineer, B.S. (University of Maine, 1907), b. at 
Bangor. Me., 28 Feb. 1883; a charter member of the Maine Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers and an inspector of factories for the Mutual 
Fire Insurance Companies. 

v. Eliza Jackson, b. 19 Sept. 1856; d. 15 Dec. 1S57. 

vi. Harriet Louisa, b. at Castine 1 Oct. 1S5S; m. at Castine, 26 July 
1893, Burton Dwight Stone, M.D., b. at Killingworth, Conn., 
8. of Alvord Alonzo and Lydia Adeline. She was graduated at 
Mount Holyoke College in the Class of 1881. Children: 1. 
Dwight Devereux, b. at Berne, N. Y., 25 Sept. 1894; enlisted in 
Apr. 1917 in the Fifth Regiment, New Jersey National Guard, 
which became the One Hundred and Fourteenth U. S. Infantry; 
transferred to the One Hundred and Fourth Field Signal Battal- 
ion; served in France in the American Expeditionary Forces, 
north of Verdun, east of the Meuse, and elsewhere. 2. Annie 
Thayer, b. at Westwood, N. J., 5 Mar. 1902. 

25. John 7 Devereux (John, 6 John* Joseph, 4 John* Robert, 2 John 1 ), 
baptized at Marblehead 25 Apr. 1802, died 5 Feb. 1881. He 
married first, 27 Dec. 1827, Eliza Ann Leach, who died six 
months later; and secondly, at New Orleans, La., 14 Apr. 
1830, Matilda Cornelia Burton, born 21 Oct. 1814, died 
7 Dec. 1886, daughter of Peter and Susan A. of New Orleans. 
Child by second wife: 

Feb.'lS72; m. at Orrington. 25 Dec. 1898. Nellie Emeline Appleton. b. at Orrington 11 Apr. 1874. 
daughter of Daniel and Melvina. 2. Fe-dinand Devereux, b. 25 Mar. 1874; m. 29 May 1905 
Ellen Lewis, b. at Orrington 11 Aug. 1882, daughter of Peter and Althea; two daughters and one 
eon. 3. Estclle Marcia, b. 15 Apr. 1876; d. at Castine 18 June 1909; m. at Orrington. in Sept. 
1897, James Mcrritt Webster, b. at Caatine in 1873, d. at Brewer. Me .. 13 May 1913. aon of Hilman 
and Hannah (Bowden); two aona and six daughters. 4. Walter Henry, b. 5 Mar. 1S79. 



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i. John Henry, ■ b. in Boston 5 Apr. 1832; d. at Cleveland, Ohio, 17 
Mar. 1886; rn. at Cleveland, 30 Aiir. 1851, Antoinette Cecilia 
Kelsey, b. at Youngstown, N. V 28 Oct. 1830, eldcat dau. of 
Capt. Lorenzo and Sophia (Smith). He waa educated at th<- 
academy in Portsmouth, N. EL, and in 1848 went to Cleveland, 
where he was employed as construction engineer on several rail- 
roads. In 1852 he removed to Tennessee, and was prominent in 
railroad affairs there. In the Civil War he served the U. S. Gov- 
ernment as superintendent of military railroads in Virginia. This 
office he resigned in 1864, and, settling again in Cleveland, became 
one of the leading railroad men in the West. He was elected presi- 
dent of the Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, <fc Indianapolis 
R. R. in 1873, of the Atlantic & Great Western R. R. in 1874, 
and of the Indianapolis & St. Louis R. R. in 1880. He was 
prominent in the Protestant Episcopal Church. Children: 1. 
Maryfb. 23 Mar. 1852; d. 19 Feb. 1914; m. (1) Edward Nathan 
Whiton of New York: m. (2) Leonard Watson of Ashtabula, 
Ohio; she was the author of many poems and magazine atories, 
including "Betty Peach," "From Kingdom to Colony/' "Up 
and Down the Sands of Gold," and "Lafitte of Louisiana* ' 
children by first husband: (1) Henry Devereux, who m. Frieda 
Frasch and lives in New York, (2) Antoinette Lord, and (3) John 
Lionel. 2. John, b. at Halcyon Hall, Columbia, Tenn., 10 Oct. 
1858. 3. Henry Kelsey, of Cleveland, Ph. B. (Yale, 1883), b. at 
Cleveland 10 Oct. 1860; m. Mildred Abeel French, dau. of Julian 
E.; children: (1) Julian French, who m. Sarah Burt Clay, served 
in the World War in the Sixty-fourth Field Artillery, and d. at 
Cleveland 19 Feb. 1920, and (2) Mildred Aileen. 4. Antoinette 
Huntington, b. at Cleveland 11 Sept. 1863; m. 11 Dec. 1889 Hor- 
ace Ellsworth Andrews; residences, Cleveland and New York City; 
children: (1) Dorothy, b. 11 Jan. 1891, and (2) Marjorie. 

26. Arthur Forrester 7 Devereux (George Humphrey* Hum- 
phrey, 6 Burrill* Humphrey * Robert, 2 John 1 ), born at Salem 27 
Apr. 1836, died 14 Feb. 1906. He married in Boston, 24 
Dec. 1859, Clara 'Anna Rich of Haverhill, born in East Bos- 
ton 14 Nov. 1838, died 26 Feb. 1910, daughter of Zoeth and 
Phebe A. and a descendant of Gov. Thomas Prence of the 
Plymouth Colony and of Elder William Brewster of the May- 
flower. He and his wife are buried in Spring Grove Cemetery, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

He studied at Harvard and at West Point, when Robert E. 
Lee was instructor there, but he was not a graduate of either 
institution. He was captain of the Salem Light Infantry in 
1857, and after the outbreak of the Civil War entered the serv- 
ice of the United States as captain of this company, which 
was known as the Salem Zouaves and formed Company J of 
the Eighth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He 
was in command of this company, in the Eighth Regiment, 
from 18 Apr. to 1 Aug. 1861, and made a brilliant record in 
this capacity. The Eighth Regiment was mustered out, after 
its three months of service, on 1 Aug. 1S61. Its colonel, 
Edward W. Hinks, was made colonel of the Nineteenth Regi- 
ment, Massachusetts Volirnteer Infantry, then being organ- 
ized and drilled at Lynnfield, and Captain Devereux was com- 
missioned as lieutenant colonel and assigned to this new regi- 
ment, 3 Aug. 1861. The regiment entrained at Lynnfield 2S 



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Aug. 1861, and proceeded via Boston, Fall River, and New 
York to Washington, where it arrived .it midnight On 30 Aug. 
With this regiment Lieutenant Colonel Devereux wafl in ICti 
service for nearly two years, participating, among other en- 
gagements, in the Battle of Ball's Bluff (Oct. 1861), the hat tics 
of the Peninsula campaign (1862), and the Battles of Aotae 
tarn, where he was slightly wounded (17 Sept. 1862), Fred- 
ericksburg (Dec. 1862), and Gettysburg (1-3 July 1863). On 
the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg he led his regiment in 
the repulse of Pickett's Charge, and his regiment captured the 
battle flags of four Virginia regiments on that day. He had 
been commissioned a colonel on 1 May 1863, to date from 29 
Nov. 1862, and after the Gettysburg campaign he was sent 
to Massachusetts on detached service, being absent from the 
front for several months. He resigned his commission on 
27 Feb. 1864, and received his discharge from the service on 
4 Mar. following. On 13 Mar. 1865 he was brevetted as 
brigadier general of Volunteers for gallant service during 
the War. 

Colonel Devereux's portrait appears in Batchelder's great 
painting of the third day at Gettysburg and also in the pic- 
ture of the Battle of Gettysburg in the grand stairway of the 
State House at Harrisburg, Pa., the repulse of Pickett's 
Charge being the scene presented in each of these paintings.* 
Several swords belonging to Colonel Devereux, including 
one presented to him by the city of Salem and one given to 
him by the city of Baltimore, Md., when he was in command 
there early in the Civil War, are now preserved in the Essex 
Institute at Salem, and a tablet to his memory, recounting 
his military services, was erected in 1911 by his comrades in 
arms in the Devereux tomb in the Broad Street Cemetery, 
Salem. 

After the Civil War Colonel Devereux was for several years 
commandant of the National Soldiers' Home at Marion, Ind., 
and he served in the Ohio Legislature in 1882 and 1883. He 
was one of those receiving a special medal conferred by Con- 
gress for distinguished service, and for years was the only 
living officer to whom a monument was placed on the field of 
Gettysburg. 

Children: 

i. Clara Wass,« b. in Boston 25 Nov. 1S61 ; d. at Salem 16 Oct. 1S62. 

ii. Bertha Bohun, b. in Boston 11 July 1S64; m. at the commandants 
headquarters at the National Soldier's Home, Marion, Ind., 
8 Apr. 1S90, the ceremony being performed by Bishop Knicker- 
bocker, George Davis Adams, b. in Boston 13 Jan. 1854, s. of 
Daniel If. of Vermont and Elizabeth Julia Ann (Davis) of Ottawa. 
Canada. Children: 1. Hawthorne DetereiLX, b. at Cleveland 
Ohio, 23 June 1S92; m. at Riverside, 111., 26 Dec. 1915, John Jay 
Twomsley, s. of John Jay and Mary (Campbell), b. in Boston 25 
Mar. 1SSS; no children. 2. Clara Winslow, b. 3 Oct. 1S95; m. at 

•A portrait of Colonel Devereux. enlarged from a small war-time photograph, may be found in 
the History of the Nineteenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861 — ISCo. facing 
p. 61. 



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AJhambra, Cal., 17 .Jun<- 11)1 1, Hugh Gervaise Purccll, b. in Kam- 
aishi, Japan, 12 Oct. 1S70, h. of (irrvaiac of Dublin, Ire, and 
Helen Augusta (Fog*) of Philadelphia, Pa.; child: (1) Hugh 
Dcvereux, b. 2G Apr. 1915. 

iii. Humphrey, b. 11 Apr. 1865; in. in Aug. 1895 Uertiia Colkman of 
Cheshire, Ohio, b. 19 Sept. 1873. Children: 1. Doris* b. at 
Cincinnati 19 Dec. 189G; m. at San Francisco, Cal., 2\ Aug. 
191G, Stanley Vincent Parker, b. at Cincinnati 2Q Oct 1885, a. of 
Samuel Boardman and Elizabeth Helen (Chappelle) ; he M a gradu- 
ate of the Ilevenue Cutter Service School of Instruction, Class of 
1907, rose to the rank of captain (U. S. Coast Guard), qualified 
as a naval aviator 14 Julv 1917, and was in command of the Naval 
Air Station, Key West, Fla., Dec. 1917— Aug. 1918, and the Naval 
Air Station, Rockaway Beach, Long Islanu. N. Y., Aug. 1918 — 
Apr. 1919; child: (1) Stanley Devereux, b. at Pensacola, Fla., 
26 Nov. 1917. 2. Robert Devereux, b. 24 Aug. 1897; assigned to 
the Officers' Training School, Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, 
Ky., 11 Nov. 1918. 

iv. Louise Latham, b. at Roxbury, Mass., 6 Jan. 1867; m. at Cin- 
cinnati, 6 Jan. 1891, Silas IIeese Burns, b. at Morgan town, W. 
Va., 8 Apr. 1855, s. of Silas and Susan (Coombs). Children: 1. 
Shirley Devereux, b. at Dayton, Ohio, 13 Mar. 1892; m. at Alham- 
bra, Cal., 20 Nov. 1912, George Guthrie Clark, b. in Putnam Co., 
Ohio, 10 June 1878, s. of William Hadley and Clara Dwight 
(Guthrie); children: (1) Shirley, b. at Montalvo, Cal., 13 Oct. 
1914, and (2) William Hadley, b. 27 Oct. 1918. 2. Paul Dcvereux, 
b. at Dayton, Ohio, 9 Oct. 1893; d. 21 Dec. 1918; bur. at San 
Gabriel, Cal. 3. Charlotte Story Forrester, b. at Dayton, Ohio, 
2 May 1895. 4. Bruce, b. at Dayton, Ohio, 24 Nov. 1897; en- 
listed in the U. S. Naval Reserve G Apr. 1917;. appointed ensign, 
U. S. Naval Reserve, 27 Nov. 1917; served on board U. S. 
Ship Oklahoma, Dec. 1917 — Apr. 1918; served on board U. S. Ship 
Des Moines, Apr. 1918 — Sept. 1918, on trans-Atlantic convoy serv- 
ice; appointed lieutenant, junior grade, U. S. Navy, 21 Sept. 
1918; attended Officers' Torpedo Training Class, Newport, R. I., 
Sept. — Dec. 1918; served on board U. S. Ship Doggs, Dec. 1918 — 
Mar. 1919, as gunnery and torpedo officer; ordered home 12 Mar. 
1919 and resignation accepted. 

v. Charlotte Story, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 11 Dec. 1868; d. 6 Mar. 
1870. 

vi. Arthur Forrester (twin), b. in New York City 4 Jan. 1870; d. 6 
Jan. 1870. 

vii. George K. (twin), b. in New York City 4 Jan. 1870; d. 5 Jan. 1870. 

viii. Arthur Forrester, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 19 Jan. 1S71. 

ix. Frances Marion, d. in New York City 8 Jan. 1873; living at 
Cincinnati. 

x. Guy Hawthorne, b. at Fort Wayne, Ind., 30 Jan. 1S77; d. at River- 
side, Ohio, 29 May 18S6; bur. in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cin- 
cinnati. 

ADDENDUM I 

JEREMIAH STOVER AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

1. Jeremiah 5 Stover (Isaac* of York, Me.,* Josiah* George* 
Silvester 1 ), of Blue Hill, Me., farmer, was born at York, Me., 5 Dec. 
1770, and died at Blue Hill 16 Mar. 1S24. He married, 16 Dec. 
1792, Abigail 5 Devereux, born at Marblehead 11 Nov. and baptized 
there IS Nov. 1770, died at Sedgwick, Me., S Jan. 1854, daughter 
of Ralph and Lois Ingerson (Hibbert) (vide supra, page 205, 11, iii). 

•Isaac* Stover waa born at York 12 July 1745 and waa baptiied 17 July 1745. Hia wife"» name 
was Martha. 



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He lived on the Stover farm of 100 acres, a mile and a half out 
from Blue Hill village, on the Sedgwick road. 
Children, born at Blue Hill: 

i. LOU Hii.meht,« b. 20 Apr. 1794; d. at Blur- Hill 10 Juno 1837; ro, at 
Blue Hill, 10 Sept. 1821 Isaac Smith 4 OMOOO of Blue Hill and 
Castine, Me., b. at Blue Hill 18 Dec. 1794, d. there 3 June 1877, s. 
of Phineaa* (Ezckiel, 4 Ezekiel, 1 Christopher,' Chriatonhor 1 of 
Ipswich, Maas.) and Mary (Smith) of Blue Hill. Eight children.* 

ii. Abigail, b. 24 May 1790; d. 30 Nov. 1885; m. 28 Oct. 1819 Moats 
Pillsbury, farmer, b. in Greene, Me., 23 Oct. 1798, d. 3 Oct. 1856, 
s. of Phineaa and Loia. Children, b. at Blue Hill: 1. Parker Kim- 
ball, of Blue Hill, farmer, b. 1 Feb. 1822; d. 8 Sept. 1870; m. 29 
Nov. 1845 Christiana Gray, b. at Penobscot, Me., 26 July 1822, 
d. 14 Oct. 1908. dau. of Benjamin and Susanna (Hutchinson); 
children: (1) Abbie Mary, b. 28 Aug. 1850, (2) Julia Maria, b. 28 
Aug. 1853, d. 24 Mar. 1874, and (3) George Melville, b. 8 Feb. 
1858, m. 16 Aug. 1887 Mary R. Wheeler, b. at Rochdale, Mass., 
14 Aug. 1867. 2. Maria Abigail, b. 4 June 1824; d. «. p. 23 Oct. 
1852; m. (1) Capt. John Closson, mariner, who was lost at sea 
soon after their marriage; m. (2) Leonard Green. 3. George Addi- 
son, b. 4 Feb. 1828; d. 27 Feb. 1882- m. 21 Nov. 1861 his first 
cousin, Mary Abbie Tufts (Stover) Challoner, b. 21 Nov. 1828, 
d. 18 Nov. 1900, dau. of Jonathan* and Alrnira (Whittemore) 
Stover and widow of George C. Challoner (vide infra, page 303, 
2, ii); child: (1) Aiinie Bell, b. 30 Aug. 1862, d.'5 Aug. 1884. 
4. John M., b. 15 Jan. 1830; d. 21 Apr. 1830. 5. Harriet Ann, b. 

17 May 1835; d. 16 May 1908; m. 14 Sept. 1859 Thomas ^Scott 
Osgood, master mariner and farmer, b. at Blue Hill 6 Apr. 1S27, d. 2 
Aug. 1902, s. of Daniel and Roxanna (Higgins); children: (1) 
Willis Howard, b. 5 Jan. 1861, m. 8 Aug. 1891 Eva Florence Stevens 
of Blue Hill, b. 16 June 1865, dau. of William Wesley and Laurinda, 
and (2) Georgie Bell, b. 10 Feb. 1863, m. 25 Oct. 1884 Ormond 
Hinckley of Blue Hill, b. 4 Apr. 1865. 

2. iii. Jonathan, b. 15 Oct. 1798. 

iv. Hannah, b. 15 Mar. 1801- d. 5 Feb. 1S52; m. 10 Oct. 1S22 Joshua 
Norton, b. near Whitehead Lighthouse, Me., 10 Apr. 1795, d. 12 
Oct. 1862, s. of Jonathan and Dcbora (Peabody). Children, b. 
at Blue Hill: 1. Sarah Foster, b. 29 Mav 1823; d. 20 Mav 1SS1; 
. m. 29 Dec. 1847 Seth Herrin Johnson of Blue Hill; children: (1) 
Joseph Howard, b. 3 Apr. 1849, (2) Helen P., b. 12 July 1S51, d. 
s. p. 15 Oct. 1884, m. William Pert. (3) Frank Thomas, b. 26 June 
1852, m. Caroline Westcott, who a. in 1901, and (4) Annie F., b. 
3 Nov. 1867, m. Fred Graves, 2. Jeremiah S.,b. 10 July 1S25; d. 
13 May 1905; m. 14 Dec. 1857 Susan Stover Hatch, b. at Castine, 
Me., 30 Oct. 1834, d. in May 190S, dau. of James and Ann; chil- 
dren: (1) James Hatch, b. at Castine 6 June 1862, m. 17 June 
1884 Sarah Agnes Westcott, b. at Castine 17 Oct. 1S63, (2) 
Addie Perkins, b. 28 Jan. 1866, m. 27 Feb. 1887 Edward Clarence 
Bowden, b. at Castine 20 Sept. 1S57, (3) Walter, b. at Castine 

18 Mar. 1S69, m. Addie Lynch, and (4) Helen Hinckley, b. 5 
Oct. 1876, m. 11 Nov. 1901 Frank V. Grindle, who was b. at 
Brooksville, Me., 5 Dec. 1868, and d. in May 1908. 3. Rebecca 
P., b. 16 Nov. 1827; d. 29 Nov. 1912; m. (1) 2 July 1S48 Robert 
Thomas Snowball, who d.26 Aug. 1856; m. (2) 31 May 1S63 Ban- 
croft Thomas of Eden, Me., who d. 29 Aug. 1878; children by first 
husband: (1) Frank, b. 9 May 1S49. d. 9 June 1S50, and (2) 
Arthur, b. 22 May 1854, lost at sea 17 Nov. 1873. 4. Luther Cal- 
vin, b. 5 Aug. 1S30; d. 28 Dec. 1S30. 5. Helen St., b. 27 Dec. 
1S31; d. *. p. 16 Mar. 1916; m. 16 Nov. 1S54 S. Kimball Hinck- 
ley of Blue Hill. 6. Solon F., b. 7 May 1837; d. unm. 3 May 

•For Isaac Smith and Lois Hibbert (Stover) Osgood and some of their descendants ride t'a/ra. 
p. 306, Addendum II. 



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1859. 7. Adeline Mary, b. 18 Sept. 1839; d. 22 Dec. 1865; m. 21 
Nov. 1801 Horace Perkins of Penobscot, Me., b. 16 June 1839. 8. 
Augusta A., b. 15 Oct. 1846; m. 10 Jan. 1869 Horace Perkins of 
Penobscot, Me., b. 16 June 1839, widower of her deceased sister, 
Adeline Mary. 

3. v. Newton, b. 23 Aug. 1803. 

4. vi. Jeremiah, b. 9 Apr. 1806. 

vii. Lydia, b. 16 July 1808; d. 1 June 1880; m. 10 Mar. 1831 Hkkkick 
Allen, b. 3 Sept. 1801, d. 14 Mar. 1S69. Children: 1. Caroline 
Augusta, b. at Blue Hill 28 Nov. 1831; d. 26 July 1898; m. 16 
Nov. 1862 Reuben G. W. Dodge, b. 15 Mar. 1815, d. 29 May 1886; 
residence, Blue Hill; children: (1) Maud A., b. 1 Mar. 1866, (2) 
Cora J., b. 8 Nov. 1867, (3) Ernest, b. 29 Jan. 1870, and (4) Car- 
rie M., b. 1 Apr. 1872. 2. Fannie J., b. 14 June 1833; d. s. p. 6 
Oct. 1884; m. Orange Wheeler;- residence, Worcester, Mass. 
3. Augustine Melville, of Haverhill, Mass., b. 1 June 1835; d. in 
1918; m. Lucy Allen, who d. in 1918; children: (1) Harriet, (2) 
Harvey, and (3) Gertrude. 4. Edward Wheelock, of Haverhill, 
Mass., d. 24 June 1837: d. in 1901; m. Susie Kcndrick; child: 
(1) Harry. 5. Rubie Maria, b. 3 Sept. 1839; living in 1919: m. 
in 1870 Joseph W. Gray; residence, Worcester, Mass.; child: 
(1) Will A. 6. Julia M., b. 11 Aug. 1842; d. 14 July 1843. 7. 
Harriet E., b. 1 Mar. 1845; d. 29 Apr. 1847. 8. Roscoe George, of 
Haverhill, Mass., b. 22 Dec. 1847; living in 1919; m. Josephine 
Herrick; children: (1) Wallace. (2) Roy, and (3) Guy. 

viii. Cynthia, b. 22 Mar. 1811; d. 16 Oct. 1812. 

5. ix. Martin Luther, b. 22 Oct. 1814. 

2. Jonathan* Stover (Jeremiah*), born at Blue Hill, Me., 15 Oct. 
1798, died at Charlestown, Mass., 27 Jan. 1872. He married, 
29 Nov. 1825, Almira Whittemore, born at Tewksbury, 
Mass., 29 Nov. 1802, died 8 Aug. 1855, daughter of Isaac and 
Mary (Stickney). 
Children: 

i. Francis Warren, 7 b. 30 Aug. 1826; d. 14 Apr. 1891; m. (1) 29 
Nov. 1851 Sarah A. Cheever b. 29 Nov. 1831, d. 29 Dec. 1861; 
m. (2) 19 May 1867 Abbie Josephine Smith, b. 7 May 1S39. 
Children by first wife: 1. Emma C., % b. 24 Mar. 1855; d. 12 Aug. 
1855. 2. Frank C, b. 19 Jan. 1S57; d. 1 Oct. 1857. 3. Ella F., 
b. 18 Oct. 1859; d. 2. Apr. 1861. Children by second wife: 4. 
Emma Josephine, b. 6 May 1S6S; d. 9 Dec. 1871. 5. Annie 
Gertrude, b. 11 June 1870. ' 
ii. Mart Abbie Tufts, b. 21 Nov. 1828; d. 18 Nov. 1900; m. (1) 30 
"Nov. 1851 George C. Challoner, b. 22 July 1828, d. 24 Jan. 1855; 
m. (2) 21 Nov. 1861 her first cousin, George Addison Pillsburt, 
b. 4 Feb. 1828, d. 27 Feb. 1SS2, s. of Moses and Abigail (Stover). 
(Vide supra, page 302, 1, ii, 3.) 

iii. Sarah Eliza Page, b. 14 Jan. 1S30; d. 11 Mar. 1S34. 

iv. Maria Sophronia, b. at Charlestown 29 Oct. 1832; d. at Newport, 
N. H., 17 July 1S5S; m. 1 Jan. 1853 Edwin Wilmarth, b. at New- 
port 26 Dec. 1834, d. 24 May 1S99. s. of David and Mahala 
(Fletcher). Children: 1. Ella Maria, b. 15 May 1855. 2. George 
Augustus, b. 8 Mar. 1S5S. 

v. Augustus Whittemore, of Charlestown, b. 17 Dec. 1834; m. 24 
Apr. 1862 Elizabeth Maria Rugg. b. at Leominster, Mass., 18 
Aug. 1S29, daa. of Josiah and Mary (Carter). He served in the City 
Council of Charlestown, 1S63-1S66, was a member of the Massa- 
chusetts House of Representatives, 1SS0-81, and was treasurer 
of the Bunker Hill Monument Association and a bank president. 
Children: 1. Linus Augustus, 1 b. 28 Apr. 1S63; d. 2 May 1S64. 
2. Col. Willis Whittemore, of Everett, LL.B. (Boston University, 
1S96), b. at Charlestown 19 Mar. 1S70; m. 9 Oct. 1901 Alice Bes- 



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wick, b. at Manchester, Eng., 2 Nov. 1879, dau. of Robert and Anne 
(Swift) of Maiden, Mass.; he was graduated at the Boston Latin 
School in 1S.H9, was a special student at Harvard University in 
1889-90, studied law at Boston University, 1893-1896, was ad- 
mitted to the bar, has been since 1899 a member of the law firm 
of Stover <fc Sweetscr of Boston, and is a special justice of tho 
Municipal Court for the Charlestown District of Boston ; he joined 
the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in 1836, was commissioned as 
captain in 1890, served in the Spanish-American War in 1898-99 
with the Fifth Massachusetts Infantry, U. S. Volunteers, being 
the senior captain of this regiment when it was mustered out, com- 
manded a reorganized military company until 19 Apr. 1901. when 
he was promoted to be major in the Fifth Regiment of Infantry, 
Massachusetts National Guard, was commissioned as lieutenant 
colonel in 1908, served on the Mexican border in 1916 as colonel 
of the Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Massachusetts National Guard, 
and served in the World War as colonel of the Third Pioneers, 
in the American Expeditionary Forces. 

vi. Sarah Eliza, b. 10 July 1838; d. unm. 12 Aug. 1856. 

vii. John Willis Valentine, b. 3 Aug. 1840; d. unm. 21 Mar. 1868. 

viii. Ellen Georoiana, b. 8 Oct. 1843; d. 9 Apr. 1845. 

3. Newton* Stover (Jeremiah*), farmer, born at Blue Hill, Me., 
23 Aug. 1803, died 12 Mar. 1891. He married, 13 Feb. 1831, 
Lois Dodge of Sedgwick, Me., born 20 Nov. 1800, died 9 Nov. 
1888, daughter of Abner and Lois (Somes) of Sedgwick. 
Children: 

i. Emily Almira, 7 b. at Blue Hill 11 Mar. 1832; m. (1) 31 Dec. 1858 
Capt. Thomas V. Stinson, b. at Vinal Haven, Me., 8 Dec. 1832, 
d. 21 Oct. 1870; m. (2) 10 Julv 1873 John J. Page of Haverhill. 
Mass., b. at Londonderry, N. H., 20 Mar. 1830. Children by first 
husband: 1. Susie Holt, b. at Deer Isle, Me., 11 June 1862; m. 26 
Sept. 1893 Albert Hazen Emerson, b. at Hampstead, N. H., 21 
Sept. 1861, s. of Daniel Hazen and Sarah (Bagley) of Hampstead. 
2. Sarah Lizzie, b. at Sedgwick 4 July 1868; d. 21 June 1872. 

ii. Joshua Marshman, b. 9 Dec. 1833; d. at Haverhill, Mass., 28 Nov. 
1918; m. at Haverhill, 17 Feb. 1861, Mart Louise Lancaster, b. 
at Haverhill 21 Jan. 1842, d. 5 Jan. 1881, dau. of James Kimball and 
Louisa Crosby (Fowler). He was second lieutenant in Co. I, Six- 
tieth Massacnusetts Volunteers, in the Civil War. Children: 1. 
Carrie Lincoln, 1 b. 27 Sept. 1861* m. 9 Sept. 1895 Herman Enoch 
Lewis, shoe manufacturer, b. at Sandwich, N. H., 12 Nov. 1870, s. 
of Enoch and Almira (Dinsmore); she was a student at Weilesley 
College, 1881-1S84. 2. Sarah Dodge, of Haverhill, b. 19 May 1864. 

iii. Abner Dodge, b. at Sedgwick 4 Sept. 1835; d. 8 Feb. 1869; m. 6 
Dec. 1864 Emma Louise Montgomert of Brooklyn, N. Y., b. 28 
July 1843, dau. of Robert and Mary Catherine (Denike). He 
served in the U. S. Navy in the Civil War. Child: 1. Charles 
Livingston* of Lowell, Mass., A.B. (Tufts College, 1891), b. at 
Brooklyn 9 July 1866; m. 28 Sept. 1S98 Lucy Ivitson Stott, b. 
at Lowell 5 Nov. 1874, dau. of Thomas and Emma (Kitson). 

iv. Martin Luther, b. at Blue Hill 22 Oct. 1837; m. 3 Aug. 1862 Susan 
Mart Holt, b. at Haverhill, Mass., 21 Nov. 1841, d. 14 May 1911. 
He enlisted 1 Aug. 1S62 for three years in Co. G, Thirty-fifth Maine 
Regiment, was promoted to be second lieutenant for bravery in 
the Battle of South Mountain, 14 Sept. 1862, was wounded in the 
Battle of Antietam, and was first lieutenant when he received his 
discharge at the close of the War. He was a representative in the 
Massacnusetts Legislature in 1888. Child: 1. Mary Pitman, 1 
b. at Haverhill 30 Nov. 1S63. 

v. Ann Haseltine, b. at East Sedgwick, Me., 28 Jan. 1S40; d. at New 
London, N. H., 18 Oct. 1911; m. 9 Apr. 1865 Mark Boardma.v 



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Means, b. at Blue Hill 13 Apr. 1836, 8. of Thomas and Mary 
(Morgan). He served in the U. S. Navy in the Civil War. 
vi. Harriet Beecher, b. at Sedgwick Aug. 1853; living unm. at New 
London, N. II. 

4. Jeremiah 8 Stover (Jeremiah*), of Blue Hill, Me., fanner, born 

at Blue Hill 9 Apr. 180G, died there, at the old Stover home- 
stead, 14 Jan. 1882. He married, 12 Jan. 1834, Louisa Lord, 
born at Brooksville, Me., 8 Nov. 1811, died 16 Nov. 18GG, 
daughter of John and Olive (Stover). 

He bought out the interest of his brothers and sisters in the 
Stover farm at Blue Hill. 

Children: 

i. Jonathan, 7 b. 25 Nov. 1834; d. unm. at Brooklyn, N. Y., on his 
way home from the West Indies, 1 Jan. 1859. 

ii. Sarah Eliza, b. 28 Oct. 183G; d. unm. 18 Jan. 1860. 

iii. Paris Albion (twin), b. 8 Apr. 1840; d. 6 Mar. 1860. 

iv. Capt. Harlan Page (twin), b. 8 Apr. 1840; d. 27 July 1879; m. 10 
Dec. 1862 Mart Elizabeth Long of Blue Hill, b. 1,4 May 1S43, d. 
24 Nov. 1874, dau. of James R. and Lovina (Howard) of Blue Hill. 
Children: 1. Rev. Eugene Howard* A. B. (Colby University, 1892), 
A.M. (t'6., 1895), b. at Blue Hill 30 Aug. 1865; m. 30 Aug. 1905 
Sophie Grecnleaf Lapham. b. at Alfred, Me., 7 Oct. 1869, dau. of 
Rev. John B. and Mary (Greenleaf); he was principal of the acad- 
emy at Blue Hill, 1892-1895, superintendent of schools there, 
1894-95, studied at the Newton (Mass.) Theological Institute, 
1895-1898, was graduated there and ordained to the Baptist min- 
istry, 1898, was pastor at Milo, Me., 1898—1903, and was afterwards 
of Naco, Ariz.; no children. 2. Walter Ernest, b. 25 Dec. 1870; 
m. 10 Jan. 1891 Gertrude Chase of Blue Hill, b. 8 Feb. 1873, dau. 
of Kimball and Maria (Stover). 

v. Capt. Newton, master mariner, b. 8 Apr. 1842; d. at Maiden, Mass., 
4 May 1889; m. 9 June 1872 Lois Cobb Patne, b. 27 Aug. 1S42, d. 
12 Oct. 1905, dau. of Jeremiah and Lois (Cobb) of Truro, Mass. 
Child: 1. Linville Newton* b. 23 Aug. 1873. 

vi. George Gilbert, of Blue Hill, b. 6 Dec. 1844; living unm. with his 
brother at the old Stover homestead. 

vii. Byron Varnum, of Sargentville, Me., b. 15 Apr. 1847; d. 11 June 
1913; m. 30 May 1882 Sarah Campbell Haskell, b. at Deer Isle, 
Me.. 10 Dec. 1854, dau. of Abijah Wynes and Sarah (Campbell). 
Children: 1. Wynes Chester,' b. 22 May 1885. 2. Harlan Byron, 
b. 14 Apr. 1887; d. 28 Feb. 1907. 

viii. Frank Wellington, b. 3 Mar. 1850; m. 13 Feb. 1886 Julia Frances 
Lord, b. at West Brooksville, Me., 30 Aug. 1859, d. 12 Oct. 1911. 
Children: 1. Alice Wellington* b. 7 Jan. 1888. 2. Alma Jennie, 
b. 27 Dec. 1890; d. in June 1907. 3. Newton Gilbert, b. 12 Nov. 
1896. 

ix. Ida Mat, b. at Blue Hill 21 Dec. 1855; d. 31 July 1913; m. 20 
Aug. 1878 Frank McInttre, b. at Blue Hill 5 Mar. 1852, s. of 
Ingleson and Elizabeth (Cousins). Children: 1. Louisa (twin), 
b. 26 Feb. 1879. 2. Lizzie Noble (twin), b. 26 Feb. 1S79. 3. 
Ernest Eugene, b. 12 Dec. 1SS2; m. 30 Nov. 1911 Lena M. Ward- 
well, dau. of Miller and Ovilla (Long). 4. Ingleson Roy, b. 22 
Julyl884; m. 10 Nov. 1906 Alice Mabel Wight, b. at Orland, Me., 
18 Dec. 1878, dau. of Oscar and Nora (Blaisdell). 

5. Martin Luther 8 Stover (Jeremiah*), of Blue Hill, Me., bora at 

Blue Hill 22 Oct. 1814, died 21 May 1898. He married, 25 
Dec. 1837, Elvira Hopkins, born at Surry, Me., 10 Mar. 1S17, 
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He was a member of the Maine Legislature in 1805. 
Children, born at Blue Hill: 

i. Octavius Martin, 7 b. 7 Mar. 1839; ra. in Aug. 18G5 Addie Frances 
Eveleth, b. in Boston 4 Mar. 1846, dau. of lio.v. J. F. and Olive 
(Lunt). Children: 1. Fannie Howard* b. 30 Oct. 1866. 2. 
Ethel May, b. 15 July 1874. 

ii. Ella Alice, b. 14 Sept. 1841; living unm. 

iii. 7'indall Sterling, of lola, harm., lawyer, b. 18 June 1844; m. (1) 
at Humboldt, Kana., 27 July 1870. Mart Louise Whitehouse, \>. 
in 1852, d. 12 Feb. 1873, dau. of Stephen of Decatur, 111.; m. (2) 
22 Feb. 1880 Elvira Rambet Kapp, b. at Mechanicaville, Pa., 16 
Apr. 1863, dau. of Levi and Elinor (Findley). He enlisted in the 
Civil War in Co. D, Thirty-first Maine Infantry, and was honor- 
ably discharged 27 July 1865. Child by first wife: 1. Luther 
Prather* b. at Humboldt 10 Feb. 1873; m. (1) at Humboldt, 1 
Feb. 1897, Madge Fisher, b. 2 June 1875, dau. of Paul and Nancy 
(Neal): m. (2) 20 Oct. 1910 Freda Gertrude Howard, b. 23 Dec. 
1892, aau. of Samuel and Elizabeth (Fisher); he was connected 
with the Kansas National Guard for many years, went to the 
Mexican border in 1916 as captain in the First Regiment, Kansas 
National Guard, and, when the United States entered the World 
War, he was commissioned as major; he commanded the First 
Squadron, Kansas Cavalry, joined the Thirty-fifth Division at 
Camp Doniphan, commanding the trains of that division and its 
military police, was sent to Fort Bliss, Tex., as major in the 
Three Hundred and Fourteenth Cavalry, U. S. National Army, 
was appointed lieutenant colonel of Field Artillery, was sent to 
Camp Wadsworth,- S. CL to command an artillery park, was after- 
wards on staff duty at Columbia, S. C, as inspector of Artillery, 
and was honorably discharged 11 Dec. 1918. Children by secona 
wife: 2. Sterling Noyce, b. 23 Nov. 1880; d. 8 Mar. 1SS1. 3. 
Bessie, b. 14 Nov. 1882; d. 10 Sept. 1883. 4. Roy Le Claire, b. 21 
July 1884; he was graduated at the U. S. Naval Academy in 1006 
and was a lieutenant commander, U. S. Navy, in the World War. 
5. Philip Sheridan b. 23 July 1888. 6. Jerry Sterling, b. 30 July 
1894; he attended a Reserve Officers' Training Camp, was ap- 
pointed second lieutenant, and served at Camp Pike, Ark., in the 
World War, as lieutenant in the Sixty-fourth Infantry. 

ADDENDUM II 

ISAAC SMITH OSGOOD AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

1. Isaac Smith 8 Osgood (Phincas,* Ezekiel,* Ezekiel* Christopher* 
Christopher 1 ) * of Blue Hill and Castine, Me., farmer, was born at 
Blue Hill 18 Dec. 1794, and died there 3 June 1877. He married first, 
at Blue Hill, 10 Sept. 1821, Lois Hibbert* Stover, born at Blue Hill 
20 Apr. 1794, died there 19 June 1837, daughter of Jeremiah 5 and 
Abigail (Devereux) (vide supra, page 302, Addendum I, 1, i); and sec- 
ondly, at Castine, Martha 5 Devereux, born at Penobscot, Me., died 
20 Dec. 1873, daughter of Ralph 4 and Lois Ingerson (Hibbert) of 
Penobscot and aunt of his first wife (vide supra, page 205, 11, x). 

The immigrant ancestor of this Osgood family waa Christopheri Oagood of Ipswich, Maaa., 
who died in 1650. His son Christopher* removed to Andover. Maaa., whence Eiekiel* Oagood, great- 
grandson of the first Christopher, removed in 1768, with his eight sons and four daughters, to 
Blue Hill. Me. Phineaa* Osgood, son of thia Eiekiel. born at Andover 19 May 1753. died 31 Oct. 
1836. He married (1) 1 June 1779 Mary Smith of Sedgwick. Me., who died 30 Sept. 1821 and waa 
the mother of all hia children, and (2) 17 Jan. 1824 Mrs. Desire Freeman of Castine. Me., who 
died 3 Aug. 1844. He waa a farmer and shipowner at Blue Hill. For a history of thia family see 
A Genealogy of the Descendants of John, Chriatopher and William Oagood, edited by Eben Put- 
nam, Salem. 1894, pp. 255-307. 



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Isaac Smith Osgood was a select man at Blue Hill for twenty-five 
years, and was deputy collector of customs at Castinc for ten years, 
from I860 on. 

Children by first wife, born at Blue Hill: 

i. Mart Smith, 7 b. 14 Mar. 1S23; d. «. v. 6 Aug. 1910; m. 25 Jan. 
1843 Georqe S. Allen of Blue Hill, farmer, who d. 7 Jan. IV, I. 

ii. Meiiitable Peters, b. 7 Sept. 1821; d. 24 Jan. 1868; m. (1) 24 Dec. 
1848 Cait. Amos Varnum of Blue Hill, who d. 8 July 1852; m. 
(2) 3 Oct. 1857 Inoleson McIntyre of Blue Hill. Child by first 
husband: 1. Clara A., b. 27 Sept. 1849. Children by second 
husband: 2. Edward Warren, b. 22 Sept. 1858; d. 30 July 1913; 
m. 28 Oct. 1884 Nellie F. Tucker; three daughters. 3. Harvey 
Howard, b. 9 July 1862; m. 8 Jan. 1885 Isabel Cochrane; four 
daughters and one son. 
2. iii. Augustus Newton, b. 7 Dec. 1826. 

iv. Abbt S., b. 18 Nov. 1828; m. David B. Luf-kin of Sedgwick, Me. 
They removed to Iowa. Children: 1. Charles. 2. Mabel. 3. 
Eddie. 4. Cora A. 

v. Luther Edward (twin), b. 17 June 1831; d. at Irvington, Cal., 
16 May 1901; m. 7 Feb. 1858 Sarah Priscilla Hinckley of Blue 
Hill who d. 28 Mar. 1913, dau. of Floyd and Polly (Coggins). 
Botn are bur. at Irvington. He went to California soon after the 
discovery of gold there, but finally settled as a farmer in Alameda 
County. He returned to his old home to be married, and lived the 
remainder of his life in California. He was for many years assessor 
of Washington Township, Alameda Co. Children, b. near Ir- 
vington: 1. Annie Eloise,* b. 2 Sept. 1861; d. 14 May 1881. 2. 
Blanche Adell, b. 29 Nov. 1867; m. 28 Mar. 1887 Thomas Dexter 
Witherly, farmer, b. 14 May 1865; residence, Irvington; children: 

(1) Edward Franklin, b. 5 Feb. 1888, m. in Feb. 1912 Catherine 
McCarthy, (2) Bernice, b. 26 Apr. 1889, (3) June Adell, b. 14 
June 1890, (4) Floyd Hinckley, b. 26 Sept. 1891, m. 16 June 1916 
Maud Moore of Redwood City. Cal., (5) Dexter Morine, b. 29 
Feb. 1896, d. 5 Apr. 1901, (6) Claire Eloise, b. 19 Jan. 1904, and 
(7) Katheryn, b. 13 Feb. 1905. 

vi. Augusta Ellen (twin), b. 17 June 1831; d. at Novato, Cal., 5 July 
1897; m. at Blue Hill, 29 Aug. 1858, John William Atherton, 
farmer, b. at Blue Hill 19 Mar. 1835, d. at Novato 21 June 1911. 
He went to California in early days with his brother-in-law, Luther 
Edward Osgood, was for many years supervisor of Marin County, 
and represented that county in the State Legislature for four terms, 
18S7-1S91, 1899-1903. Children: 1. George Allen, of Stock- 
ton, Cal., civil engineer, Ph. B. (University of California, 1880), 
b. at Novato 4 Nov. I860; m. 2 Sept. 1887 Hattie S. Weller, b. 15 
Oct. 1S64; he was city engineer of Stockton, county surveyor of 
San Joaquin Co., Cal., and is now a member of the State Board of 
Reclamation; children: (1) Edith May, B. S. (University of Cali- 
fornia, 1910), M. S. (ib., 191 I), b. 17 Mar. 18S9, d. 4 July 1915, m. 
21 June 1913 Lester Oren Wolcott of San Francisco, Cal., civil 
engineer, B. S. (University of California, 1910), who joined the 
first Reserve Officers' Training Camp at the Presidio, Cal., in 
1917, was commissioned first lieutenant, served in the Engineer 
Corps in the World War, and was honorably discharged in 1919, 

(2) Helen Franklin, B. L. (University of California, 1914), b. 1 
June 1892, m. 25 Apr. 191S Joseph Drum Malloy of Stockton, who 
studied law at the Leland Stanford Junior University, enlisted 
in the U. S. Infantry in 1917, completed the course at the Reserve 
Officers' Training Camp, and was honorably discharged in 1919, 

(3) George Weller, b. 22 Mar. 1894, m. at Los Angeles, Cal., 2 
Nov. 191S, Arline Boulware, dau. of James E. of San Jose, Cal., 
enlisted in the U. S. Navy in 1917, while an undergraduate at the 
University of California, was commissioned as ensign, U. S. N., in 

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1918, and was honorably discharged in 1919, and (4) Grar»» ( I,. )Q 
Sept 1000. 2. Carrie Alice, h. 2 Aug. 1802; in. 26 Oct U 
Erastus P, Matteson, b. 10 Don. ls",s, who w.xs crnployed for u.iny 
years in the U. S. customhouse at San Francisco, Cal.; no children. 
3. llattie Ellen, b. 1 July 1805; m. 5 Dee. 1888 ByUnd Barber of 
Stockton, Cal., b. 20 June 1804, d. 22 Apr. 1902; child: (1) Mary 
Ellen, b. 21 Oct. 1892, d. 23 July 1893. 4. Clarence William, b. 
18 Jan. 1871; m. 1 May 1898 Katherinc Dahl, b. ut Novato 13 
Dec. 1877. 
3. vii. Rurus Warren, b. 25 Sept. 1833. 

viii. Lois Frances, b. 17 Sept. 1830; d. at San Francisco, Cal., 3 Bept 
1913, and bur. in Mt. Tamalpais Cemetery, San Rafael, Cal.; m. 
in Marin Co., Cal., 18 Nov. 1800, Giuseppe Anoellotti of San 
Rafael, b. in Italy, d. of yellow fever at Guaymas, Sonora, M<\\, 22 
Sept. 1883, when there on a business trip, and bur. there. After 
the revolutionary outbreaks of 1848 in Italy he emigrated to Amer- 
ica, and went to California after the discovery of gold there. His 
first land deed there, in Marin County, bears the date of 1852. and 
his name in early deeds is written sometimes in the Spanish form, 
Jos6, and sometimes as Joseph. Children, b. at San Rafael: 1. 
Frank Marion, of San Rafael, LL. B. (Hastings College of the Law, 
University of California, 1882), b. 4 Sept. 1881; m. at Irvin^ton, 
Cal., 27 Dec. 1884, Emma Cornelia Cearley, b. in Washoe Co., 
Nev., 29 Feb. 1800, dau. of Edmund and Lucretia (Polk)'* he 
was educated in private schools, at the Lowell High School, San 
Francisco, and at the Hastings College of the Leer. University of 
California, practised law at San Rafael, was district attorney of 
Marin County for three terms, 1885-1891, judge of the Superior 
Court of Marin County, 1891-1903, associate justice of the 
Supreme Court of California, Jan. 1903-1915, and was elected 
chief justice of California for a twelve-years term, beginning in 
1915; children, b. at San Rafael: (1) Frances Louise, b. 5 Dec. 
1885, d. 25 Jan. 1887, and (2) Marion Polk b. 12 Nov. 1887, who 
was educated in private schools, is the autnor of many magazine 
stories and of "Sir John Hawkwood," "The Burgundian," "Har- 
lette," "The Firefly of France," spent the year 1910 in Italy and 

•Edmund Cearley, son of Larlrin and Mary (Darnca), was born near Taylorsville. N. C. 27 
Sept. 1806. and died at Vallejo'a Milla (now Nile*). Cal.. 21 Apr. 1831. He married. 3 Aug. 1S45. 
Lucretia Polk, born 16 July 1829. died at San Joae. Cal.. 28 Mar. 1895. He and his wire are bur- 
ied at Irvington, Cal. 

The name Cearley ia variously spelled in the Colonial records of Massachusetts and Connecticut, 
and later in Virginia, where Edmund's great-grandfather, William, Sr., held a land patent in 
Lunenburg County in 1751, and in North Carolina, whither the family moved after the Revolution, 
as Carley. Carly, Cerly, Carlye. Cearley. Kerley, and Kearley. William. Sr.. married Martha 
Carter. His son William married Rachel Neale, and their son Larkin. born in Halifax Co., Va., 
3 Jan. 1775, died in North Carolina 2 Oct. 1841 and was buried at Three Fork Church. Alexander 
Co., N. C. He married Mary Barnes, born 20 Dec. 1781. died 12 Nov. 1864. daughter of Solo- 
mon and Elisabeth (Murphy) of Alexander Co., N. C, and also of New England ancestors, who 
went to North Carolina via Virginia. 

Lucretia Polk was sixth in descent from Robert and Magdalen (Taaker) (Porter) Polk, who emi- 
grated to Maryland several years after the Restoration. Robert Polk was a captain in Colonel 
Porter's regiment, which served under Cromwell. His wife was the younger daughter of Colonel 
Taaker, a chancellor of Ireland, whose seat was Broomfield Castle, near Londonderry, which was 
left to her elder sister, Barbara. Colonel Taaker had another estate called Moneen. near the village 
of Strabane, Ire., which was left to Magdalen, and which in her will of 7 Apr. 1726, on file in Somerset 
Co., Md.. she bequeathed to her youngest son. Joseph. In 1689 Robert Polk's name is given in 
a list of loyal subjects of Somerset Co.. Md., who addressed a letter to King William and Queen 
Mary. His grandson, William Polk, moved to North Carolina about 1750. and the tatter's four 
sons, Charles, Thomaa, John, and Ezekiel, settled in the neighborhood of Charlotte, Mecklenburg 
Co.. and were all officers in the Revolution. John Polk, who was the great-grandfather of Lucre- 
tia (Polk) Cearley, married Eleanor SLilby. daughter of Gen. Evan Shelby. He was a captain, 
and for his services in the Revolution received from the Assembly of North Carolina a section of 
land in Davidson Co.. Tenn., then a county of North Carolina. His family moved to Tennessee, 
as did at different times those of all his brothers, and they became known as the "Tennessee Polks." 
President James Knox Polk and Bishop Leonidas Polk, the well-known Confederate general, were 
descendants of the Tennessee Polks. 



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■i 

France, observing war conditions, served as a volunteer in R«-d 
Cross canteen work in Fninw in 1918. served at Evacuation Hos- 
pital No. 13, immediately behind tne lines, during tin- lu-avy 
fighting of Sept. 1918 in the St. Mihid Salu-nt, where she was in- 
jured in the line of duty by the overturning of a military car, and 
served at Chalons-sur-Marne, and with the Army of Occupation 
at Treves (Trier), Prussia. 2. Emma Teresa, b. II 1S65; 

d. 15 Jan. 1899 and bur. in Mt. Tamalpaia Cemetery, San Rafa<l; 
m. (1) at Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, 16 Sept. 
1885, Prescott Loring, b. in Boston 12 May 1859, ejdests. of David 
Webster* and Susan Sophia (Leach); in. (2) at Sen Franci> 
Albert Woodburn Scott. Jr., merchant, s. of Albert Wood burn 
and Georgiana (Smith) of San Francisco; children by first husband, 
b. at San Francisco: (1) William Stowell, b. 16 June 1886, and 
(2) Harold Angellotti, b. 20 Oct. 1889, d. 26 Sept. 1890. 

2. Augustus Newton 7 Osgood (Isaac Smith 6 ), of Blue Hill, Me., 

farmer, born at Blue Hill 7 Dec. 182G, died 24 Mar. 1908. He 
married, 27 Nov. 1850, Augusta Lenora Osgood, born 8 May 
1831, died 22 Mar. 1911, daughter of Joseph and Phoebe 
(Hinckley). 

He was trustee and treasurer of the Baptist Church in Blue 
Hill for many years, and made generous gifts to it. 

Children, born at Blue Hill: 

i. George S.,« b. 4 Mar. 1855; m. 8 Feb. 1882 Emily Doritt. 

ii. Florence A., b. 23 Nov. 1857; m. 27 Nov. 1876 George A. Morse. 
Children: 1. Lizzie Belle, b. 24 Oct. 1877. 2. Lenora Augusta, b. 
. 20 Sept. 1879* m. 20 Sept. 1905 H. Sprague Sweet. 3. Harold 
Wilbur, b. 30 Sept. 1881. 4. Rufus Osgood, b. 15 Nov. 1883; m. 
6 Sept. 1911 Ida Blake. 5. Ida Estelle, b. 3 Mar. 1886; m. 30 Apr. 
1910 Irvine L. Leach. 

iii. Newton I., d. 7 June 1866: m. 16 Aug. 1893 Myra L. Keene. 
Children: 1. Beatrice A., 9 b. 16 Feb. 1S95. 2. Harold K., b. M 
Nov. 1900. 

iv. Eugene S., b. 3 Dec. 1867; m. 25 Dec. 1S88 Blanche Ward well. 
Children: 1. Kenneth L., % b. 24 Jan. 1890; in the service of the 
United States in the World War. 2. Cecil IF., b. 9 Sept. 1891; 
in the service of the United States in the World War. 3. John 
H., b. 12 July 1893. 4. Malcolm W., b. 27 Dec. 1896' in the serv- 
ice of the United States in the World War. 5. Harland B., b. 6 
Sept. 1898. 6. Ivan E., b. 21 Sept. 1906. 

v. Ernest L., b. 4 Mar. 1871 ; m. (1) 18 Apr. 1894 Len*ora G. Bowden, 
who d. 5 Oct. 1902; m. (2) 24 Apr. 1904 Beulah D. Burnham. 
Children by first wife: 1. Martha B., % b. 19 Dec. 1899. 2. May- 
nard L., b. 17 Aug. 1901. 

3. Rufus Warren 7 Osgood (Isaac Smith 6 ), born at Blue Hill, Me., 

25 Sept. 1833, died at San Rafael, Cal, 23 Apr. 1SS2. He 
married, 7 May 1858, Caroline L. Jarvis of Surry, Me., born 
8 June 1838, died at Oakland, Cal., 19 Mar. 1915. 

He went to California in early days and was a farmer in Marin 
County. He held also the office of county clerk of Marin County. 

Children, born at San Rafael: 

i. Fred S., 1 of Oakland, druggist, b. 9 Feb. 1S61; m. at Irvington, 
Cal., 5 Aug. 1S85, Priscilla Le Fevre Decoto, b. 20 July 1S62. 

•David Webster Loring, son of Caleb Gould and Harriet (Tuttle) Loring. was born in Boston 
16 Sept. 1836. and died 30 Nov. 1904. He married in Boston. 5 Aug. 1856. Susan Sophia Leach, 
born at East Bridgewater. Mass., in 1836. He was a dealer in hardware and saddlery in Boston, 
and later removed to San Francisco, Cal. See the Loring Genealogy, by Charles Henry Pope, 
1917. 



310 Inscriptions at Bakcrsficld, Vt. [Oct. 

Children: 1. Warren DtCOtO,* \>. 9 July ISMi; d. 14 Oct. 1010; 
m. 4 Jan. 1908 Ethel Scott of Portland, Oreg.] ■• was graduated 
at the College of Pharmacy, University of California, in 1906, 
took a degree in medicine at the University of California, became 
a practising physician, and died of virulent typhoid fever, con- 
tracted in the practice of his profession. 2. Louis Edward, \>. 
Jan. 1888; d. 19 Apr. 1891. 3. A daughter, b. and d. I'J Apr. 
1890. 4. Frederick Stoddard, b. 25 Dec. 1891; d. 6 May 19< 
6. Consuelo Irene, b. 15 Apr. 1896. G. Carlton Augustus, h. 10 
Sept. 1898* while an undergraduate student at the University of 
California ne entered the u. S. military service as a member of 
the Students' Army Training Corps at that institution, was sent 
to the Officers' Training Camp at Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex., in 
1918, was honorably discharged 7 Dec. 1918, and returned to his 
studies at the University. 

ii. Edward Everett, b. 11 Aug. 1802; d. unm. in Oct. 1886. 

iii. Howard Lincoln, of Oakland, druggist, b. 6 Oct. 1864 j d. at Oak- 
land 30 Aug. 1917; m. 7 July 1895 Elsie Reamer Kellum, b. 8 
Apr. 1869. Children: 1. Olive Bernice* b. 9 Sept. 1896; d. in Feb. 
1898. 2. Elsie Loraine, b. 19 June 1900. 3. Mildred Carolyn, b. 
8 Aug. 1903. 

iv. William Jarvis, of Oakland, druggist, b. 20 Apr. 1869; d. 17 Sept. 
1917. 

Corrections 

The following corrections should be made on page 207 of the present volume 
of the Register: 

Line 39, for 1 read 14. 

Line 40, for in read 22 Mar. 

Line 43, for 18 read 24. 

Line 49, for 2 read 12. 

Line 50, for Clapp read Capp. 

Line 61, for Fannie Alexander read Frances Cordelia Alexander. 



INSCRIPTIONS IN THE TOWN CEMETERY 
AT THE VILLAGE OF BAKERSFIELD, VT. 

Copied and communicated by Herbert Williams Denio, A. M., 

of New York City 

[Continued from page 17S] 

Paul W. son of Ira & Miriam Fay Died May 1, 1S43 JE. 20 Years 10 mo. 
Erastus B. son of H. <fe C. Felcher. Missing May 6, 1S64. At the Battle 

of the Wilderness Va. JE. 26 yrs. 
Lovinia R. Wife of Dea. Horace Felcher Died July 27, 1870, in her 55th year. 

[Dau. of Jonas and Eunice (Billings) Brigham, d. July 29, 1870, a. 54 

years, 1 month, 22 davs.] 
Rev. Alanson Field Born July 6, 1S20. Died Aug. 10. 1S9S. 

Persis W. Cutler His Wife Born Nov. 2, 1S15, Died Feb. 2, 1S99. 
Elisha Field. Died Feb. 22, 1S36 JE. 59 Y's. 
Elmira W. Wife of Lyman Field, Died Oct. 10, 1867, JR. 49 Ys. [Elmira D., 

dau. of Isaac and Thankful Davis, b. in Enosburg, Vt., a. 49 years, 10 

months, 8 days.] 
Hannah Wife of Rufus Field Died Jan. 25, 1S63, JR. So Yrs. 



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1920] Inscriptions at Bakersfidd, Vt. 311 

Horner Clayton Field Died May 28, 1880. A 86 V're. 
J. M. Field* Died Jan. 17, 1892 .E. 79 Yrs. Mo 

Clarissa W. Maynard Wife of J. M. Field Died Aug. 31, 1873 JE. 60 

Y'rs. 3 Mos. 
Vashti M. Maynard Wife of J. M. Field Died Apr. 3 1903 JE. 81 Yrs. 
6 Mos. 
In memory of James W. Died Dec. 12, 1851. M. 7 y'rs. 
Jane A. Died Dec. 10, 1851. JE. 4 y'rs. 
Rosabclle C. Died Dec. 12, 1851. JE. 11 mo's. 

Children of James M. & Clarissa W. Field. 
Laura E. Downey Wife of George N. Field Died Jan. 27, 1906. JE. 24 Y's. <fc 
9 M's. [Dau. of William and Lane (Westcot) Downey, b. Apr. 9, d. 
Jan. 14, 1906, a. 24 years, 9 months, 17 days.] 
Lydia Field, wife of Rufus Field, died Dec. 1st 1812; aged 34 years. 
Lyman Field. Died Sept. 1, 1882, JE. 72 Ys. [Son of Elisha and Sybel 

(Frazier) Field, a. 73 years.] 
Maranda, Daugh. of Elisha & Sybyl Field, Died Mar. 1, 1864. Ae. 59 Ys. 

Erected by Lyman Field. 
Mary Elizabeth Daugh. of J. M. & C. W. Field, Died June 1, 1859, JE. 22 

ys. 1 m. & 24 ds. 
Polly T. wife of Lyman Field, & only daughter of Calvin & Polly Ewings, 

Died Dec. 27, 1850. Aged 36 years. 
Rufus Field Died Dec. 15. 1819. aged 75 yrs. 
Sacred to the Memory of Rufus Field, Jr. who died Dec'r. 22d 1830. aged 22 

years 1 month and 15 days. 
Sibyl. Wife of Elisha Field, Died Sept. 5, 1858. JE. 79 Y's. [Svbbil, dau. 
of Reuben Wright [?], b. in Leyden, d. Sept. 9, 1858, a. 79 years, 9 
months, 11 days.] 
[Lizzie M. (Maynard) (Swan) Foote, see inscription to Rollin G. Brown.] 
Charles son of Wm. & Emeline Foster died Mav 30 1848. JE. 2 ys. & 11 mo. 
Emeline G. Wife of Wm Foster Born July 14 1813 Died March 11, 1SS6. 
In memory of Mr. John Foster died Novr 12th 1810 JE. 34 
Randal son of Wm. & Emeline Foster died Jan. 16, 1848, JE. 9 mos. & 24 ds. 
William Foster Born April 8, 1802 Died May 13, 1S55. 
Joseph D. Freeman, Died Dec. 19, 1851. Aged 41 y'rs. 
Mary L. daughter of J. D. & L. A. Freeman, Died Jan. 17, 1S4S. Aged 12 

Yrs. 
Truman H. Son of J. D. & Lemira A. Freeman, Died May 19, 1S51. JE. 9 

y'rs. 9 ms. 
Hannah, Wife of Jabez Fuller, of, N. Y. Died Oct. 3, 1S52. Aged 51 y's 

k 18 d's. 
Martha A. Fuller Born May 26, 1S54 Died Jan. 16, 1877 [Dau. of Ebenezer 

Doane, a. 21 years, 7 months, 20 days.]f 
Mary M. Wife of E. F. Fuller Died Nov. 26, 1S69, Aged 27 Years. [Dau. 
of Willard and Maria Wheeler, b. at Enosburg, Vt., d. Nov. 21, 1S69. a. 
27 years, 9 months.] 
Mary L. Wife of F. S. Gale, Died May 27, 1S59. ;£. 28 Y's & 10 M's. 
Jay 0. Galer May 29, lS39-Jan. 25, 1S97. 
Jane A. Galer Sept. 14, 1S42- 

Ada J. Galer Nov. 17, lS69-July IS, 1S70. [Addie J., dau. of Jay 0. 
and Jennie (Hooker) Galer, a. 9 months.] 
Any Wife of Benjamin Gallop died Nov. 25, 1S2S, JE. S2 Y's. 
Mr. Benjamin Gallop, died April 10th 1S09: aged 64 vears 
Alvira R. Dau. of R. S. & E. E. Gallup. JE. 10 Yrs. 9 Ms. & 15 Ds. June 1, 

•James Madison Field. 

fSbe was wife of Eliakiin E. Fuller. 



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312 Inscriptions at Bakers field, Vt. [O t. 

1890. [Dau. of Sidna and Emily (Messier) Gallup, b. at Enosburg, Vt., 
a. 9 years, 10 months, 15 days.) 
Emiley E. Wife of R. S. Gallup, M. 30 Ys. 5 Ms. & 15 Ds. March G, 1891. 
[Emily, dau. of Joseph and Ida Messier [?], b. in Enosburg, Vt., a. 83 
years, 6 months, 15 days. J 
[Blanche M. Gates, sec inscription to Reuben C. Ovitt.] 
[Gordon C. Gates, see inscription to Reuben C. Ovitt. J 
[Mary Elizabeth (Hayden) Gates, sec inscription to James Hayden.] 
Clarissa Wife of T. II. Giddings, Died Aug. 17, 1883, M. 77 Y'rs. [Dau. of 
Alanson and Bethiah (Dunham) Kilburn, b. in P. Q., a. 76 years, 10 
months, widow.) 
Emeroy C. Wife of Wm A. Giddings. Died Feb. 27, 1898. JE. 54 Y'rs. <fe 

10 Mo's. [Dau. of Ballard, a. 54 years, 9 months, 15 days.) 

George W. Giddings 1860-1913 [Son of Joseph and Lucy (Farnsworth) 
Giddings, b. Oct. 27, 1860, d. July 7, 1913, a. 52 years, 8 months, 8 days.) 
Joseph Giddings, Aged 58 Y'rs & 3 Ms. Feb. 15, 1892. [Son of William and 
Betsey (Wallace) Giddings, a. 58 years, 3 months, 15 days.) 

His Wife Lucy A. Farnsworth, Aged 71 Y'rs. <fe 11 Ms. Mar. 29, 
1908. [Lucy Ann, dau. of Joseph and Sophia (Eaton) Farns- 
worth, b. Apr. 18, 1836, a. 71 years, 11 months, 11 days.) 
Carlos M. 8 mo's & 11 Ds. [d. Nov. 19, 1874.) 
Nellie JE. 1 Y'r 3 Ms. & 6 Ds. Mar. 20, 1867. 
Children of J. <fe L. A. Giddings. 
Simeon Giddings Nov. 13, 1822. July 8, 1893. [Son of William and Betsey 
(Wallace) Giddings, a. 70 years, 7 months, 25 days.) 
His Wife Betsey B. Upton, May 6, 1821 Oct. 22, 1900. [Dau. of 
Benjamin and Mary Upton, d. Oct. 23, 1900, a. 79 years, 5 months, 
17 days.) 
Frank H. Nov. 1, 1854, Oct. 23, 1872, 
Etta J. Nov. 27, 1856, Mar. 31, 1877. 

Children of S. & B. B. Giddings. 
Wm. Harrison Giddings M. D. Oct. 24, lS40-Jan. 2, 190S [Son of Wm. and 
Betsey (Wallace) Giddings, a. 67 years, 2 months, 9 days.) 

His Wife Sarah A. Perkins Apr. 25, 1846-Aug. 4, 1915. [Dau. of John 

A. and Betsey (Pearsons) Perkins, a. 69 years, 7 months, 9 days] 

Myrtle Daughter of A. J. & Jennie Gilbert Died June 19, 1903. JE. 6 XTDfc 

[Dau. of Albert and Jennie (Hardy) Gilbert.) 
In Memory of Thomas Gilbert, who died May 1S19, in the year of his age. 
In Memory of Olivier Elmire Gipard [?) who Died Nov. 6 lS[ilkgible] Aged 

4 [?) Years and 16 [sic] months. 
Harry L. Goodwin Died April 30, 1899 JE. 44 Y'rs. & 13 Dys. 
Flora Belle Dau. of H. E. <fc Martha Grant Died Sept. 12, 1895. Age 20 
mo's. [Dau. of Herbert and Marcia (Pierce) Grant, d. Aug. 8, 1S94, a. 
1 year, 7 months, 22 days.) 
John J. Grant Died Dec. 7, 1SS2, JE. 59 Y'rs. [Son of John and Polly 
Grant, b. at Gilmanton, N. H.) 

Phineas Reynolds Died Oct. 2S, 1S97. JE. 76 Y'rs. [b. in Canada, 
d. from a fall.) 
Amasa Gray 1S26-1S76 [Son of Mathew and Mary (Parker) Gray, d. Aug. 
27, 1S76, a. 49 vears, 5 months.) 

His Wife Cordelia M. Converse 1833-1914 

Children 
Emma A. 1S60-1S61. 
Julia E. 1S53-1863 
Marv C. 1S51-1S65 
Annie M. 1S69-1S71 



1920] Inscriptions at Baker sficld, Vt. 313 

Charlotte daughter of Daniel & Lucy Gray died A;>r 4, 1S2G. M, 2 years tv. 

5 mo. 
Daniel Gray. Died Jan. 27, 1858. JE. 59 Y's <fc 5 M's. [Son of Mathcw and 
Phcbe Gray, b. at Athens, Vt., d. Jan. 21, 1858, a. 59 years, 4 months, 
21 days.] 
Gray Daniel Gray 1851-190G. 

Henrietta Randall His Wife 1850-1886. [Dau. of Michael and Belinda 

(Sornborger) Randall, b. in Franklin, Vt., d. Aug. 14, 1SSG, a. 3G 

years.] 

Lois Waite His Wife 1849-1910 

Deforest, son of Elhanan <fe Emily Gray died Jan. 29, 1847, JE. 2 y's & 9 M. 

Ellen J. daughter of Mathew & Mary Gray, died May 6, 1848. Aged 5 

Y'rs. 
Hollis Gray Died Sept. 22, 185S Aged 31 yrs. & 4 mos. [Son of Daniel and 

Lucy Gray, b. at Fletcher, Vt., a. 31 years, 4 months, 12 days.] 
Jonas Gray Died Mar. 22, 1852. Aged 46 y's. 7 m's. 21 d's. 
Louisa daughter of Daniel & Lucy Gray died Aug. 14 1832. JE. 9 weeks. 
Lucy wife of Daniel Gray Died Feb. 23, 1S55 JE. 58 y'rs & 6 mo. 
Lucy Ann daughter of Daniel & Lucy Gray died Jan. 4, 183S, JE. 2 years. 
Mary, Wife of Matthew Gray. Died Oct. 9, 1879, JE. 75 vs. 9 ms. & 7 
days. [Dau. of Joseph and Relief (Earl) Parker, b. at Foxon [sic], 
Mass., a. 65 years, 8 months, 4 days.] 
Matthew Gray Died Mar. 20, 1864, JE. 69 ys. & 8 mos. 
Phebe Wife of Matthew Gray, Died Nov. 6, 1858, JE. 86 y'rs. 
Philenam [sic] Wife of Jonas Gray died March 30, 1816. 
Rodney R. son of Matthew & Mary Gray, died May 8. 1848 Aged 13 Y'rs. 
Harvey H. son of Anthony & Saraphina Greenwood, Died June 6, 1S51. 
M. 3 y's 3 m's & 6 d's. 

Eliza M. daughter of Anthony & Saraphina Greenwood. Died Sept. 
21. 1850. JE. 2 mo's & 6 d's. 
Saraphina, Wife of Anthony Greenwood died Aug. 9, 1S51 JE. 25 [?] y's. 

[Stone broken and rest of inscription missing.] 
Mathew Grey died Sept. 5. 1842 Aged 75 years. 
AJbert Guyette 1852- 

His Wife Mary L. Chase 1871-1911 [Dau. of L. and Marv (Hatch) 
Chase, b. at Underhill, Vt., Dec. 6, 1871, d. Oct. 13, 1911, a. 39 
years, 10 months, 7 days.] 
Gertrude M.* 

[Rev. Morton L. Hall, see inscription to Dr. George B. Cutler.] 
Alden S. Hamlet, 1820-1S95 [Son of Alden Hamlet, b. at Haven [sic], N. 
H., d. Aug. 3, 1S95, a. 75 years, 5 months, 1 day.] 

Minerva Stetson, His Wife 1S20-1895 [Dau. of Stetson, b. 

in Berkshire, Vt, d. Feb. IS, 1S95, a. 72 years, 2 months, 3 days.] 
Burdett Hamlet Died Aug. IS, 1893 JE. 5 Wks. [Son of Herbert and 

Mary (Trombly) Hamlet, d. Aug. 8, 1S93, a. 10 davs.] 
C. B. Hankinson Died June 6, 1S67, JE. 35 Yrs. [Charles B. Hankinson.] 

Jennie B. Dau'r of C. B. and R. B. Hankinson Died Feb. 25, 1879, 

JE. 16 Yrs. 

Roxanna B. Brigham Wife of C. B. Hankinson Died May 31, 1909 

&. 71 Yrs. fefl 

In Memory of Capt. John Hastings, who died May 3rd 1S13: aged 45 years. 

In memory of John Hastings Jr. who died Jan. 2Sth 1S27. in the 32nd year 

of his age. 
In memory of Sallv Wife of John Hastings Died Dec. 10, 1S39 JE. 65 Y's. 
Daniel Hawes Died Jan. 11, 1S92. 2E. 7S Yrs. 

•Daughter of Harry Hall. — it. L. 8. 



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314 Inscriptions at Bakersfidd, Vt. [Oct. 

Sarah J. Ilawes Died 

Jay H. Hawcs Died Jan. 10. /K. 33 Yrs. 

Fannie Wife of D. Hawcs. Died Sept 17. 1866. JE. 49 Y'rs. 

Hayden 
James Hayden Nov. 18, 1820. Oct. 13, 1890. 
Sister Sarah (Hayden) Hitchcock Nov. 18, 1822. May 2, 1900. 
Sarah F. Morse Hayden Aug. 24, 1830. Dec. 20, 1913.* 

Children 
Joel Calvin Aug. 4, 1S54. May 8, 1850. 
Chauncy Hoyt Mar. 31, 1857.f 
Mary Elizabeth Mar. 12, 1860.J 
Baby [Son of Harley and Eunice L. (Kelly) Hayes, stillborn Feb. 11, 1911.] 
Gen. S. B. Hazeltine Born at Templeton Mass. July 23, 1790. Died Feb. 3, 
1879. [Silas Berkley, son of Silas and Martha (Baker) Hazeltine, a. 
89 years, 7 months, 20 days, town clerk of Bakers6eld many years. 1 
His Wife Elizabeth Hill Born At Medway Mass. Apr. 29, 1798, Died 
Apr. 5, 1875. [Dau. of Simon and Elizabeth Hill, d. Apr. 3, 1875, 
a. 77 years, 26 days.] 
Hannah Baker Wife of Col. Silas Hazeltine Born at Westborough 

Mass. Jan. 20, 1760, Died Feb. 23, 1837. 
Rev. H. J. Moore. Born Apr. 20, 1815, Died Mar. 14, 1888. 
His Wife Emily M. Hazeltine Born Mar. 25, 1822, Died Aug. 5, 1S6S. 
[Emily Maria, dau. of S. B. and Elizabeth (Hill) Hazeltine, a. 46 
years, 4 months, 10 days.] 
Harriet Elizabeth Hazeltine Born Oct. 5, 1S18, Died Apr. 16, 1S43. 
Charlotte H. Dean Daughter of Silas B. & Betsey Hazeltine Born 
Mar. 25, 1820. Died Jan. 1, 1902. 
Sacred to the memory of Col. Silas Hazeltine. who died June 15. 1S11. 

iE.55. 
A. E. Heflin 1850-19 [Albert Edward, son of Nelson Philander and Eliza 
(Page) Heflin, b. at Franklin, Vt., d. Apr. 9, 1917.] 
Effie J. Wilcox His Wife 1860-1909. [Effie Josephine, dau. of Joseph 
and Idris (Loveland) Wilcox, b. Sept. 27, 1S60, d. Jan. 23, 1909, a. 
48 years, 3 months, 27 days.] 
H. W. Hendrick M.D. Died at Hyde Park Vt. Mar. 23, 1SS3. Aged 34 
Years. 4 months & IS Days. 

Ophelia P. Maynard Wife of H. W. Hendrick, Died at Boston Ml 
Apr. 8, 1892, JE. 40 Y'rs. 7 Ms. & 10 Ds. 
Geo. E. Higgins Died Mar. 20, 1S91, ££. 3S Yrs. 10 Ms. [b. in Canada, a. 

39 years.] 
Hannah L. Waterman, Wife of S. P. Hill, Born in Johnson; Vt. Mar. 28, 180S, 

Died Feb. 16, 1S92, JE. Si Yrs. 
John J. Hill 1S26-1905 [John Jackson, son of Josephus and Mary' (Fitts) 
Hill, b. in Cornwall, Vt., Jan. 16, 1826, d. June 21, 1905, a. 79 years, 6 
months, 5 days.] 

His Wife Susan M. Hayden 1S23-1S64. 

His Wife Sarah Williams Read 1S35-1S99. [Dau. of George and Em- 
ily Williams, d. Mar. 15, 1S99, a. 63 years, 10 months, 17 dav.<] 
Clarence H. Hill 1S52-1SS7. [Son of John and Susan Hill, b. in Col- 
chester, Vt., d. Sept. 2, 1SS6, a. 35 years, 7 months, 2S days.] 
Samuel P. Hill Born Medway Mass. Jan. 16, 1S00, Died Dec. 23, L871,J£. 
72 Ys. [Samuel Partridge, son of Simon and Elizabeth (Partridge) 
Hill.] 

•Wife of James Hayden. 

fThis is the date of birth. He is still living at Jericho, Vt. 

JThis ia the date of birth. She is now deceased. She was wife of Hon. Charles Winslow Gates, 
formerly Governor of Vermont, and is buried at Franklin. Vt. 



1920] Inscriptions at Bakers field, Vt. 315 

William M. Hill 1859-1916. 

His Wife Cora B. Elwood 1872- 
Lovina C. Wife of Wm B. Hitchcock, Died Mir, 4. 1866, M. 08 Vra 4 11 Ms. 

[Dau. of Kbenezer and Keziah Williams.) 
(Sarah (Hayden) Hitchcock, see inscription to James Hayden.] 
Joshua D. Holton Died Oct. 2, 1857. Aged 54 yrs <fc 10 mo 
Thomas Hooker Nov. 16, 1812-Dcc. 30, 189S. (Son of Francis and Cather- 
ine Hooker, b. in Rutland, Worcester Co., Mass., a. 86 years, 1 month, 

14 days.] 

Diana J. Hooker Feb. 20, 1820-Nov. 13, 1S99. (Diana Jane, dau. 

of Joel and Lucy W. Houghton, a. 79 years, 8 months, 24 days.] 
Oscar A. Hooker Nov. 24, 1845-Dec. 30, 1848 
Herbert A. Hooker Aug. 4, 1852 Oct. 3, 1876 (Son of Thomas and 

Diana (Houghton) Hooker, a. 24 years, 2 months.] 
Charles H. Hooker Apr. 14, 1858 May 15, 1858. 
Amanda B. daughter of Joseph W. & Lydia B. Houghton, Died Sept. 29, 

1847. Aged 13 years. 
In memory of Benjamin A. Houghton who died June 26. 1831, Aged 33 years 

4 months & 15 days. 
Cornelius A. Son of J. S. & S. E. Houghton, Died May 5, 1865, JE. 16 ys. k 

4 ms. (Son of Stillman Houghton, a. 16 years, 3 months, 20 days.] 
James Guy Son of J. S. & S. E. Houghton, Died Sept. 22, 1863. JE. 2 ys. <fc 

21 ds. 
Capt. Joel Houghton Died Jan. 6, 1876, JE. 82 y'rs. (Son of Jonas and Phebe 

(Rexford) Houghton, b. at Leominster, Mass., d. Jan. 6, 1S77.] 
Joel S. Houghton, Died Oct. 26, 1S63, JE. 38 Ys. 
Joseph Warren Houghton June 26, 1810 July 18, 1SS6 (Son of Oliver and 

Susannah Houghton, d. July 22, 1886, a. 76 years, 1 month.] 
His Wife Lydia Brigham Dec. 18, 1811. Nov. 4, 1889. 
Lodoiska daughter of J. W. & L. B. Houghton Died Aug. 29, 1857. Aged 

15 Y'rs. 

Lucy W. Wife of Capt. Joel Houghton, Died Aug. 31, 1866, JE. 65 y'rs. 

(Dau. of. Oliver and Susan Gallup, b. and d. in Bakersfield.] 
O. T. Houghton M.D. entered the spirit world June 10, 1S79, JE. 72 years. 
(Oliver T., son of O. T. and Susanna (Gallup) Houghton, a. 77 years, 6 
months, 22 days.] 
His Wife Amanda Brigham passed to her spirit home Nov. 30, 1S34 

JE. 25 years. 
Infant son of O. T. & A. Houghton Resurrected Feb. 10, 1S33. 
Noah son of Asa Brigham Passed to the summer land Aug. 9, 1S33. 
Dr. O. T. Houghton. Commenced the practice of Medicine at the 
age of 19, in his native town Bakersfield: & continued in the same 
with marked success for the space of 40 years. Erected by N. B. W. 
Houghton widow of the deceased O. T. Houghton. 
Oliver Houghton Died Oct. 2, 1859. JE. 86 Y'rs. 
Sarah E. Ayers Wife of Joel S. Houghton Died Mar. 15, 1S96 Aged 69 

i ojirs 

Sarah P. Wife of Josiah Houghton. Died Nov. 27, 1896. JE. 83 Y's. ft 

5 M's. [Dau. of Perley, b. at Enosburg, Vt., a. 82 years, S months, 

3 davs.]* 

Sophia E. Wife of Stephen C. Houghton. Died April 1, 1S70, JE. 28 Y'rs & 

7 Mo's. [Dau. of Cluskey, a. 29 years.] 

Susannah Wife of Oliver Houghton Died May 22, 1S46, in* the 71st year of 

her age. 
Infant son of S. C. & S. E. Houghton, [stillborn, Sept. 4, 1S65.] 

•She married (1) Ballard and (2) Joaiah Houghton. — m. l. 8. 



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31G Inscriptions at Bakcrsfwld, Yt. [Oct. 

John How died June 3, 1840; Age 07 years. 

Bathshcba, wife of John How, died June 4, 1840; Aged 87 years. 
W. 13. Hoy 1S0S-1910 [William, son of Michael and Elizabeth Hoy, b. in 
Fletcher. Vt., 1804, d. Nov. 23, 1010.1 

His Wife Itly M. Hoy 1880-1904. [Italy N., dau. of Stephen H. and 

Sophia M. (Warren) Morgan, b. in iSheldon, Vt., Sept. 1879, d. 

June 11, 1904, a. 24 years, 9 months, 2 days.) 

Little Cora Daughter of L. M. k O. S. Hull Died Aug. 9, 1802. Aged 3 

Yrs. 2 m's & 2 d's. [Dau. of L. Munson and Olive S. (Hamilton) Hull, 

b. at Bridport, Vt.] 

Francillo Hull Died June 7, 1872. IE. 68 y'rs k 10 mo's. [b. at Fairfield, 

Vt.] 
Harland H. Son of S. E. k C. A. Hull Died Jan. 18, 1867, IE. 4 vs. k 4 ms. 
Horace D. Hull 1849-1877. [Son of Silas D. Hull, d. Mar. 25, 1877, a. 2S 
years, 6 months, 18 days.] 

His Widow Nellie E. Nutting Wife of F. N. Wells. 1855-1904. 
[Nellie Edna Wells, dau. of Frank G. and Thankful (Graves) Nut- 
ting, b. in Enosburg Falls, Vt., Mar. 5, 1855, d. Mar. 7, 1904, a. 49 
years, 2 days.] 
Frankie Infant son of H. D. & N. E. Hull. 
L. M. Hull Died Apr. 30, 1879, IE. 44 Y'rs [Son of Francelo and Sally (Fair- 
banks) Hull, b. at Fairfield, Vt., a. 44 years, 2 months, 19 days, drowned 
in Pearson Pond, Bakersfield.] 
Olive S. Hamilton Wife of L. M. Hull Died Dec. 20, 1914 IE.. 84 Y'rs. <fc 6 

Mo. 
Sally Fairbanks W r ife of F. Hull Died Apr. 18, 1879, M. 83 Y'rs. [b. in New 

Hampshire, a. S3 years, 7 months, 20 days.] 
Susan Kennison Wife of J. E. Hunt 1S34-1908. [Susan R., dau. of Durban 
and Rebecca (Banker) Kennison, b. at Shefford, P. Q., Jan. 15, 1S33, d. 
Feb. 24, 1908, a. 75 years, 1 month, 9 days, wife of John Eaton Hunt.] 

Hunter 
Charles W. Hunter Born Mar. 12, 1815 Died Feb. 11, 1S92. 
His Wife Lucy B. Stone Born Oct. 8, 1S19 Died Aug. 4, 1878. [Dau. 
of James Stone, b. in New Braintree, Mass., a. 58 years, 10 months.] 
[Charlotte (Barnes) Huntley, see monument to Comfort Barnes.] 
Mary Ann T. Wife of D. C. Isham. Died July 21, 1S67 IE. 38 Ys. [Dau. of 

Chester Kinney, b. at Fairfax, Vt., d. July 20, 1867.] 
Warren S. Isham 1844-1915 [Warren Spineir, son of Nelson W T . and Jane 
(Northrop) Isham, b. at Fairfax, Vt., Dec. 12, 1S44, d. Nov. 18, 1915, 
a. 70 years, 11 months, 6 days.] 
Clara A. Barnes 1849- 
Bertha M. 1871-1SS7 [b. at Fairfield, Vt., d. May 7, 1887, a. 16 

years, 6 days.] 
Lee C. 1SS7-1S9S [Lee Clifford, d. Mar. 21, 1S9S, a. 10 years, 9 
months, 3 days.] 
Charles Johnson Died June 25, 1S98 IE. 45 Y'rs. [Charles Samuel Johnson, 

a. 44 years 1 
Maggie E. Wilson, Wife of Reuben Johnson, Died Sept. 3, 1S7S, A.ged 23 
years. [Dau. of Hamilton and Sabrina W T illson, b. in Jay, Vt., a. 23 
years, 10 months.] 
Jerusha, Wife of Win. Joiner, Died Oct. 11, 1S51. Aged 90 y'rs. 9 mo's. 
Adaline, daugh. of James k Hannah Jones, died Feb. 29, 1S40 Aged 29 

Years. 
In Memory of Benjamin W. son of James and Hannah Jones, who died April 

ISth 1S24. Aged 2 years. 
Charles Jones died Oct. 25, 1S45, IE. 30 Y's. 



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1920] Inscriptions at Bakersfield, Vt. 317 

Deborah wife of John Jones died Feb. '2'1 1 S 1 3 . In her 43 year. 
Eli J. Jones Died Feb. 8, 1888. M. 40 years. (Son of Samuel and Caro- 
line (Horner) Jones, b. at Johnson, Vt.) 

Emma A. Farwell-Jones Wife of Kollin A. Brown Bom July 25 1851. 
Died Sept. 7, 1901 [Dau. of Horace and Melinda Farwell, a. 49 
years, 2 months.]* 
Battle M. Dau. of E. J. <fc E. A. Jones, Died May 4, 1888, JE. 2 years, 
[a. 2 years, 8 months.] 
In memory of Emeline, Daughter of James & Hannah Jones, who died Feb- 
ruary Gth 1838. Aged 25 years. 
Hannah Wife of James Jones, Died Apr. 23, 1S62, Ae 70 Ys. 
James Jones died June 13, 1840 aged 54 years. 

James L. Jones Died June 24, 1898 M. 78 Y'rs. [James Alexander, son of 

James and Betsey Jones, b. in Fairfield, Vt., a. 78 years, 19 days.] . 

His Wife Lydia. Died Apr. 9, 1897 M. 64 Y'rs. fa. 05 years.] 

Lottie May Dau. of James & Lydia Jones Died Aug. 21, 1890. /E. 21 Yr's. 

[Dau. of James A. L. and Lydia (W T heeler) Jones, b. in Fairfield, Vt., a. 

21 years, 4 days.] 

Lucy A. Jones Died Mar. 14, 1900 JE. 48 Y'rs. [Dau. of Samuel and Caroline 

Jones, b. in Johnson, Vt., single.] 
Nathan Jones Born at Plymouth Vt. July 18, 1S00, Died At Bakersfield, 
Vt. Aug. 31, 1876, M. 76 Yrs. [Son of Nathan and Priscella (Brown) 
Jones, b. at Plymouth, Mass., a. 76 years, 6 months, 2 days.] 

Eunice Page Wife of Nathan Jones Born Cambridge, Vt. Sept. 3, 

1802, Died Georgia, Vt. Sept. 23, 1895. 
Cynthia M. Atwood Brush 1837-191 If 
Sarah Freeman daur. of James & Hannah Jones, died Jan. 14 1S41 aged 16 

ys. <fc 6 m. 
Mother! 
[Isabell A. (Barnes) (Maynard) La Bell, sec inscription to Burton H. May- 

nard.] 
Jesse Edward son of T. L. & Cora La Bell Died Nov. 22, 1910 M. 3 ms. 22 
ds. [Son of Theophilus L. and Cora Elmira (Tucker) La Bell, b. in 
Bakersfield July 29, 1910.] 
Joel Lagrow, May 15, 1843. April 15, 1905. 

Nellie Daughter of Joel & Mary Lagrow Died Jan. 3 1S73 Aged 22 Mo's. 
Thomas L. Lagrow 1851-1912 

Edna M. Casavant His Wife 1854- 
Howard L. Lagrow 1S77-1897 
Norman B. 1S42-1911 

Florence M. 1849-1902 
Adelbert C 1SS1-1905 
Larabee§ 
Benjamin son of David & Mary Larock, died May 18, 184S, Aged 3 mos. <fc 

8 days. 
Isaac son of Frances [sic] &. Margret Larock died Sept. 20. 1S49 JE. 1 Yr. 

& 3 Ms. 
John son of David <fe Mary Larock, died Mar. 25, ISIS, aged 3 years <fc 8 

days. 
Peter son of David & Mary Larock, Died May 5, 1S51, JE. 11 y'rs <fc 7 m's. 
Rosa Ann daughter of Z. & M. Larock. died Apr. 5, 1867. JE. 7 Months. 
[Razilla, dau. of Zeb and Mary Larock, d. Apr. S. 1S67, a. S months.] 

•She married (1) Eli J. Jones and (2) Rollin A. Brown. 

tShe was daughter of Nathan Jones, and married (1) Atwood and (2) Brush. 

— M L. 8. 

JShe was wife of Amos Jones. — m. l. s. 

JThree markers in this lot read respectively "Mother." "Edith." "Adelbert." 



318 Inscriptions at Bakcrsfield, Vt. [Oct. 

[Clarence George Ijiwrcnce, see inscription to Willard WVightman.) 

Lucius W. son of J. & B. Ixiach. died Dec. 12, 1868. EL 24 y l Co. A. 

9, Vt. Vol. [Son of John and Elizabeth Leach, b. at Fairfield, Vt.,a. 

33 yours, 11 months, 12 days.) 
Luna Wife of Zebulon Leach Died Jan. 8, 1870. JE. 73 y'rs. (Dau. of EL 

and Betsey Hill, b. in Charlotte, Vt., d. Jan. 28, 1870, a. 73 y.-urs, 8 

months, 9 days.] 
P. C. Leach Feb. 22, 1843, Oct. 2, 1907. Enlisted Aug. 11, 1862, Discharged 

June 22. 1865. [Palmer C, son of Benjamin and Lydia (McCallister) 

Leach, a. Oct. 1, 1907, a. G4 years, 7 months, 9 days.] 
His Wife A. E. Giddings Aug. 5, 1847- 
Fred P. Leach June 13, 1874, Aug. 16, 1900. [a. 2G years, 2 months, 

3 days, single.] 
Edson A. Wells Aug. 18, 1859. May 20, 1914. 
Zebulon Leach Died Dec. 18 1856 JE. 63 years. 
Charles Ledoux, Sept. 20, 1856- 

His Wife Jane McConnell Sept. 9, 1851-Dec. 5, 1899 
Victor EL Lovley 1843-1914 Co. E. 2nd Vt. Reg. Sharp Shooters. [Victor 

Haman, son of Mitchell Lovelley, b. at Jericho, Vt., Feb. 22, 1842, d. 

Sept. 18, 1914, a. 72 years, 6 months, 25 days.] 
Sarah Thomas, Wife of Fred Lucia, Died Dec. 31, 1901, M. 52 Y'rs. 
Father Aaron McAllister Died Sept. 28, 1884. JE. 51 Y'rs. [Son of Jesse 

and Mary McAllister, b. at Stockholm, N. Y., a. 51 years, 6 months, 

22 days.] 
Mother Harriet Pike Wife of Aaron McAllister Died Aug. 1, 190S JE. 75 Y'rs. 
Hellen S. Daughter of J. & M. A. McConnell Died June 19, 1862, M. 3 Weeks. 

[Hellen Sarah, dau. of John and Mary Ann McConnell, d. June 17, 

1862, a. 21 days.] 
Jane Sinclair Wife of Robt McConnell Died Oct. 9, 1S62. JE. 84 Ys. [Dau. 

of Benja and Betsey Caulin [?], b. in Ireland.] 
John McConnell 1807-1S93. [b. in Ireland, d. Mar. 19, 1S93, a. S6 years, 

8 months, 25 days.] 

His Wife Mary A. ^IcConnell 1S27-1872. 
Louella A. Dau. of John & Mary McConnell Died April 19, 1SS9 JE. 33 Y'rs. 

[a. 33 years, 6 months, 1 day.] 
Robert McConnell, Died Feb. 16, 1S64, M. 85 Ys. 
A}Memorial of Robert son of John ft Mary McConnell, Died Mar. 17, 1S65, 

JE. 11 ys. & 2 ms. [Son of John and Mary A. (Cowan) McConnell.] 
Sarah A. Daugh. of J. <fe M. A. McConnell, Died May 24, 1SG2, JE. 3 ys. k 

7 ms. [Sarah Ann, dau. of John and Mary McConnell, a. 3 years, 8 

months, 6 days.] 
Infant, Dau. of J. & M. A. McConnell Died Nov. 29, 1S66. 
Laura Field McDonald Wife of David McDonald 1S36M912 
James W. Son of Wm. & Jemima Mammon, Died March S, 1S5S. Aged 15 

y's 4 mo. 20 d's. [Son of Wm. and Je McManaman, b. in Stanbridge, 

C. E., a. 15 years, 3 months, 27 days.] 
[Samuel Marshia, Jr., see inscription to Sidney H. Wanzer.] 
Alice J. Maynard, Died June 26, 1S73, JE. 53 Ys. & 7 Ms. [Allis J., dau. of 

Ephraim and Betsey (Hubbard) May* 1 , b. in Bakcrsfield, a. 53 years, 7 

months, IS days, single.] 
Arthur H. Son of C. T. & L. S. Mavnard Died Feb. 26, 1S65. JE. 2 Y's 

4 M's. & 22 D's. [Son of C. C. and (Wheatlev) Skinner.]* 

Ashlev J. Maynard Died Dec. 20, 1S93. JE. 4S Y'rs. 10 M's. 

Ella M. Upton Wife of A. J. Maynard, Died May 11, 1SS1, JE. 25 
years. [Dau. of Harvey and Mahala (Giddings) Upton.] 

•This child was adopted bv C. T. and L. S. Maynard. 



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1920] Notes 319 

Grace Dan. of A.J. <fe E. M. Maynard, Died Apr. 10, IS 1 month 

Lena M. dau. of A. J. <fc E. M. Mavnard Died Aug. 15. L897. A'.. 20 
Y'rs 6 1 Mo. 
Betsey Wife of Ephraim Mavnard, Died May 10, 1S4S. Aged G7 Vctre. 
Burton H. Maynard 1837-1887 

His Wife Maria J. Start 1840-1SG9 [Mariah J., dau. of George tad 

Mary (Colton) Start, d. Nov. 2, 18G9, a. 29 yean.] 
His Wife Isabell A. Barnes 1851-1910 (Dau. of Clark tad Harriet (Fur- 
well) Barnes, b. in Enosburg, Vt., June 5, 1851, d. Oct. 18, 1910, a. 
59 years, 5 months, 13 days.]* 
Willie & George sons of B. H. & Maria Maynard. [George Willie, d. 
March 11, 18G8, a. 1 year, 1 month, 22 days. George B., d. March 
29, 1865, a. 1 month.] 
C. Maynard Died Apr. 11, 1887, M. 80 Y'rs. [Calvin, son of Simeon and 

(Brown) Maynard, d. Apr. 12, 18S7, a. 79 years.] 

Lydia Wife of C. Maynard Died Dec. 26, 1850. M. 49 Y'rs. 
Orlando S. son of C. & L. Maynard Died Sept. 16, 1842, M. 9 Mo's. 
Betsey M: Dau. of C. <fe L. Maynard Died Sept. 11, 1847, M. 1 Y'r. 
Charles T. Maynard June 25, 1824, Aug. 12, 1898. [Charles Tracy May- 
nard, a. 74 years.] 

Lydia S. Wheatley, Wife of Charles T. Maynard April 2G, 1S27, May 5, 

1892. [Dau. of Ward and Mary Wheatley, a. 65 years, 9 days.] 

Adin H. Maynard Died April 3, 1883, M. 65 Y'rs. 

Pruella James Wife of Charles T. Maynard Feb. 9, 1830 Dec. 11, 1912 

[Dau. of Isaac and Zoa (Ayers) James, b. at St. Armand, P. Q., a. 

82 years, 10 months, 2 days, widow.] 

[To be continued] 



NOTES 

It having come to the attention of this Society that certain geneal- 
ogists and publishers have used the name of the Society in con- 
nection with their own enterprises, the Society again desires to 
state that it has NO genealogical representatives in this country 
or in England, nor is it in any way connected with any publications 
other than those that it issues over its own name at 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

Rev. Stephen Bachiler. — An interesting bit of information relating to the 
life of Rev. Stephen Bachiler before his emigration to New England may be 
found in the printed volumes of "Acts of the Privy Council," where, in the record 
of a meeting of the Council in the Star Chamber on 29 May 1593, the following 
entry occurs: 

"A letter to the Lord Buishop of Winton, M r Doctor Bilson and the rest : 
"Whereas we perceave by your letters of the xxvijth of this presente moneth 
and the examinacions therewith sent, that Steven Bachiler, vicar of Wherwel in 
your Dioces, hath uttered in a sermon at Newbuiry verie lewd speeches tending 
sediciously to the derogacion of her Majesties government, and that you have 
examined and comitted him til farther direction from us in this behalf: 

"Theis shalbe to praie and require your Lordship tfcc, to send the said Stephen 
Bachiler under safe custodie up hither to me the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury 

•She married secondly Joe La Bell. 



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320 Notes [Oct. 

with such further mutter and proof as h;ith sithenc f:ill<-n owt, to Ik- proceded 
with acording tha nature and quallitie of hi.s offeOC arid the laws of this realm: 
"So, not doubting of your care in the due performauncc hereof, etc."* 

Few original references to Bachilcr's early life in Jutland h:iv»- OMM down to 
ua. In Winthrop's "History of New England, " in the account of BarhiN-r's ex- 
communication from the Hampton church, it is said that he "had suffered much 
at the hands of the bishops in England. "f Thomas Prince, in his short account of 
Bachiler, said that "(From governor Winslow and captain Johnson we learn, that) 
he was an ancient minister in England; had been a man of fame in his d.iv," ctc.t 

We know that Bachiler was prcsented f 17 July 1587, by William West, Lord 
de la Warr, to the vicarage of W'hcrwell in Hampshire, and that on 9 Aug. 1G05 
John Bate was made vicar there because of the "ejection of Stephen Bachiler." § 
No record has been found of the date of this ejection. 

Bachiler was still living at Wherwell in 1506 and in 1607. William Spencer of 
Cheriton, Hants, in his will, dated 14 Aug. 159G and proved 20 Sept. 15%, ap- 
pointed "M r Stephen Bacheler, minister of Wherwell," one of his overseers and 
trustces,|| and Henry Shipton, a tanner of Shaw, Berkshire, in his will, undated 
but proved 24 Mar. lG0f>/7, left a legacy of forty shillings to <4 M r Stephen Bfttcb- 
eler of Horell, co. Southton."^f Bachiler does not appear on the Lay Subsidy 
Roll for Hampshire in 7 James I (1609-10), but in 1622 and 1629 he bought two 
properties in Newton Stacy, Hants, and his name appears on the Lay Subsidy 
Roll of 4 Charles I (1628-9) under Newton Stacy. •• 

The New England sojourn of Stephen Bachiler lasted from 1632 to 1654. He 
was upwards of seventy when he landed in Boston from the William and Francis. 
He was more than ninety-three when he returned to England. His score of y- 
here was embittered by strife. Nearly every year was marked by his revolt 
against the harsh and arbitrary rule of the Bay oligarchs. The same spirit of un- 
rest and revolt was manifest in his early years. In 1593 he was but seven years out 
of Oxford, and he had been but six years vicar of the quiet little parish on the Test. 

The year 1593 marked the close of the first chapter of Whitgift's persecution of 
the Puritans, in his struggle to enforce uniformity on the unwilling English 
Church. On 6 Apr. 1593 Barrowe and Greenwood had died on the scaffold for 
nonconformity. On 29 May, the very date of the order cited above, John Penry 
was executed for the same cause. Bachiler was summoned from his peaceful 
Hampshire vicarage for no idle jaunt to London. Danger, torture, perhaps death 
itself lurked behind Canterbury's vestments. 

John Whitgift was an unfortunate successor in the primacy to Edmund Grindal, 
whose wise and gentle rule had recognized the spread of Puritanism in the Church 
of England. But Whitgift had the full approval of his royal mistress, who saw 
no merit but in force. 

The vicar of Wherwell also had a strong majority of his diocesan superiors 
against him. Cooper, the bishop of Winchester, had prepared the first categori- 
cal answer to the Alar-Prelate pamphlets, whose autnor had just died on the 
scaffold. Bilson, the warden of Winchester School, was all for uniformity; in a 
few short years he was to be Cooper's successor. Martin Heton, the dean and 
the future bishop of Ely, was anti-Puritan. All but two or three of the canons 
were uniformists — among them Henry Cotton, soon to be bishop of Salisbury. 
Scant mercy could Bachiler expect from the stern Archbishop or from his own 
diocese. 

Save for this mention, there is no record of the sermon at Newbury which had 
so roused the Archbishop and the Bishop. Nor do we know the result of Bach- 
iler's visit to the Star Chamber. For forty years more he remained in Hampshire, 
preaching the Puritan doctrines. But both in England and in New England he 
fought, all his long life, against the arbitrary misuse of authority, both by the 
Lords Bishops and the Lords Brethren. 

Chicago, III. Victor Channing Sanborn. 

•Acta of the Privy Council. 1592-3. pp. 2C8-269. 

tThe History of New England. Savage'" edition, vol. 2, fo. 44. 

♦Chronological History of New-England, Appendix to 1632. 

6See Register, vol. 46. pp. 60. 61. 

lib., vol. 45. p. 235. 

^Archdeaconry Court of Berkshire, fo. 260. 

••Lay Subsidies. 175/505, 527. 



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Historical Intelligence 

Heraldry. — The Committee on Heraldry of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society strongly recommends that all coats of anna which can be 

proved to be authentic be offered for record 
with this Society. The arrangements for the 
making and preservation of such records are 
complete, and the volume of recorded arms has 
been begun by the entry therein of a number of 
well-authenticated coats. Printed forms and 
directions for the making of applications may 
be obtained from the Committee, and all com- 
munications on this subject should be addressed 
to the Committee on Heraldry, New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, 9 Ashburton 
Place, Boston. 

Without taking any position with reference to 
the propriety of assuming arms, the Committee 
will be glad to examine arms or heraldic devices 
which any person or organization desires to as- 
sume, and give advice as to whether the same are heraldically correct or whether 
they violate a right of exclusive use heretofore acquired by others. 




Genealogies in Preparation. — Persons of the several names are advised 
to furnish the compilers of these genealogies with records of their own families 
and other information which they think may be useful. We would suggest that 
all facts of interest illustrating family history or character be communicated, 
especially service under the U. S. Government, the holding of other offices, grad- 
uation from college or professional schools, occupation, with places and dates 
of birth, marriage, residence, and death. All names should be given in full if 
possible. No initials should be used when the full name is known. 

Knowles. — Henry, born in England in 1G09, died at Warwick, R. I., between 2 
and 20 Jan. 1670/1, by Stanwood Knowles Bolton, 48 Allerton Street, Brooklinc, 
Mass. 

Nelson. — Thomas, of Rowley, Mass., born in England, died (probably in Eng- 
land) not earlier than 6 Aug. 1648, by Mrs. Cora A. Turner-Hunt, 174 Oakland 
Avenue, Methuen, Mass. 



RECENT BOOKS 

[The Editor particularly request* persons sending books for listing in the Rboisteb to state, 
(or the information of readers, the price of each book, with the amount to be added for postage 
when sent by mail, and from whom it may be ordered. For the January issue, books should be 
received by Nov. 1; for April, by Feb. 1; for July, by May 1; and for October, by July l.J 

GENEALOGICAL 

Chase genealogy. The Chase Chronicle. Vol. 10, nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Janu- 
ary, April, July, and October, 1919. The Chase-Chace Family Association. 
James F. Chase, secretary-treasurer, 159 Devonshire St., Boston. Published 
quarterly. Price $1 a year. 

Erskine genealogy. The Erskine family of Bristol, Me. By Frank Ernest 
Woodward. Wellesley Hills, 1920. 31 p. 8° Reprinted from the Register for 
January and April, 1920. Price $2. Address Frank E. Woodward, Wellesley 
Hills, Mass. 

Folsom genealogy. Records, eighth annual reunion of the descendants of the 
immigrant, John Folsom, Exeter, N. H., 1919. n. p. 1919. 22 p. pi. 8° 

Fox genealogy. Fox Family News. Vol. 7, 1919. [New York, 1919.) 24 p. 
il. S° Address the editor, Howard Fox, 616 Madison Ave., New York City. 



322 Recent Books [Oct.] 

Rhodes genealogy. Progress number, February, 1020. Vol 1, no. 3. The 
Rhodes Family in America. Published bv NelfOO Osgood Rhoadcs. Baltimore, 
Md., Los Angeles, Cal., The Seafocth Press, 1920. 11 p. il. 8° 

Scott genealogy. The Scott gBMftlogy. By Mary levering Holman. Boston, 
Mass., compiled by the author for Harriett Grace Scott, L919. 402 p. fe-sm. pi. 
por. 8° Trice $10. Address Mrs. Mary L Holman, 3'.) Wmsor Ave., Watcr- 
town, Mass. 

Part one of thin book contains the descendants of John Scott of Roibury. Mui . part two, 
ancestral lines of Harriet Grace Scott, and in the appendix will be foun 1 ff-.-iealogical accounts 
of Benjamin Scott of Draintree, Mass., and Benjamin and Joseph Scott of Kowley, Mass. 

BIOGRAPHICAL 

Harvard College, Class of 1863. Class of 18G3 of Harvard College, memoirs, 
April, 1918, to April, 1920. Cambridge, The University Press, 1920. 12 p. fesm. 
por. 8° 

Harvard College, Class of 1894. Harvard College, Class of 1894. Supple- 
mentary report, twenty-fifth anniversary celebration, June 15-20, 1919. Sor- 
wood, Mass., Plimpton Press, privately printed for the Class (1920). 8 + 157 p. 
fesm. il. pi. por. 8° 

Yale College, Sheffield Scientific School. Twenty-five year record, Class of 
Ninety-Three, Sheffield Scientific School. Compiled for the Class by Frederic 
B[ogart] McMullen, Class Secretary. New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse <fc 
Taylor Co., 1920. 371 p. fesm. il. pi. por. 8° 

HISTORICAL 

(a) General 

Connecticut, General Assembly, Centenary. State of Connecticut. The one 
hundredth anniversary of the first meeting of the General Assembly, under the 
present constitution, and the second general legislative reunion. The Capitol, 
Hartford. Wednesday, May 7, 1919. By William Harrison Taylor. Hartford, 
published by the State, 1919. 187 p. fesm. il. pi. por. 8° 

Massachusetts General Court, manual. The Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts. A manual for the use of the General Court for 1920. By Henry D[ingley] 
Coolidge and James W. Kimball. Boston, Wright & Potter Printing Co., 1920. 
16 +713 -+-(1] p. il. pi. 16° 

New England, Temple of Honor. A New England Temple of Honor. Bv Hon. 
James Phinney Baxter, A. M., Litt. D., President of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society. Boston, 1920. 8 p. 8° Reprinted from the Register 
for April, 1920. 

(6) Local 

Hartford, Conn., Asylum Hill Congregational Church. Founded March 23, 
1865; incorporated March 19, 1S95. The Asylum Hill Congregational Church, 
Hartford, Conn. Manual corrected to June 15, 1920. [By Charles Gildersleeve 
Case.] n. p. 1920. 47+11] p. 12 f 



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Woburn, Mass., history. The seven against the wilderness. A brief account 
of the settlement of Woburn, Mass., and of its founder, Capt. Edward Johnson. 
By George Hill Evans, n. p. 1920. An address before the Somerville Historical 
Society, April 12, 1920. 24 p. 12° 

SOCIETIES and MAGAZINES 

Vermont Historical Society. Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society 
for the years 1917-191S. Copyrighted by The Vermont Historical Society, 1920. 
189 p. pi. por. 8° 



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NEW ENGLAND 

HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 

REGISTER 



SUPPLEMENT TO APRIL NUMBER, 1920 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

new england 
Historic Genealogical Society 

AT THE 

ANNUAL MEETING, 4 FEBRUARY 1920 

WITH 

MEMOIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS, 1919 




PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 

AT THE ROBERT UENRY EDDY MEMORIAL ROOMS 
9 ASHBURTON PLACE, BOSTON 

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SPARTAN PRESS INC 

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Officers Elected BY the Society for the Year 1920 
Officers and Committees Appointed by the Council 
Report of Proceedings at the Annual Meeting 
Report of the Council 

Committee on Finance 

Committee on Ways and Means 

Committee on Increase of Membersh 

Committee on Sale of Publications 

Committee on Publications 

Committee to Assist the Historian 

Committee on English Research 

Committee on Heraldry 

Committee on the Library . 

Committee on Epitaphs 

Committee on Papers and Essays 

Special Committee on Endowment ai 
Report of the Librarian 
Report of the Corresponding Secretary 
Report of the Trustees of the Kidder Fund 

Report of the Treasurer 

Report of the Historian — Necrology for 1919 
Memoirs of Deceased Members .... 
Charter 



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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY 

FOR TUB YEAR 1920 



Jrcaibcnt 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lrrr.D Portland, If* 

Utct-jprtgibtntg 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brookline 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Belfast, Me. 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. II 

WILLIAM WALLACE STICKNEY, LL.D Ludlow, Vt. 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . Newport, EL I. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARQ, M. A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

&ccorbing &eererarp 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Corregponbing gbeeretarp 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, Jr., A.B. . . . Boston 

^Treasurer 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Topsncld 

^Librarian 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

QTfje Council 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Lirr.D. 
JOHN CARROLL CHASE 
HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B. 
THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, Jr., A.B. 
• GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW 

For 1920 

ARTHUR HOLBROOK WELLMAN, M.A., LL.B. . . Topsncld 

Mrs. BELLE AUGUSTA SEAVEY FLOYD Winthrop 

FRANK ERNEST WOODWARD Wcllcsley Hills 

For 1980, 1921 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

Mrs. AGNES BEVILLE VAUGHAN TEDCASTLE . . Milton 
MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

For 1920, 1921, 1 922 

Mrs. IDA MARION CHASE BAKER Concord 

CLEMENT STEVENS HOUGHTON Chestnut Hill 

WILLIAM EBEN STONE, Ph.B Cambridge 

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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

FOR THE YEAR 1920 



APPOINTED BY THE COUNCIL 



JjiStorimt 

LEWIS WILDER HICKS, M.A. . . . .' Wellcsley 

Coitor of Jhiulieations 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Medford 

Committee on finance 

JAMES PHINNEY BAXTER, A.M., Litt.D., 

Chairman ex officio . . Portland, Me. 

NATHAN MATTHEWS, LL.D Boston 

CHARLES WILLIAM MOSELEY ' . . . Newburyport 

CHARLES EDWARD MANN Maiden 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

CLEMENT STHVENS HOUGHTON Chestnut Hill 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD, ex officio Topsfield 

Committee on 3£laj>tf anb iflean* 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON, Chairman . . Canton 

RICHARD HENRY WINSLOW DWIGHT* Cambridge 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

LAWRENCE BRAINERD Cambridge 

LEW CASS HILL Boston 

Mrs. IDA LOUISE FARR MILLER Wakefield 

THORNTON KIRKLAND LOTHROP, Jr ., A.B. . . . Boston 

Committee on Uncreagc of ittemuersfjip 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS CONANT HOWES, 

Chairman . . Allston 

JOSEPH GRAFTON MINOT Boston 

LUTHER ATWOOD, A.B Lynn 

EDWARD HOLMES KITTREDGE, A.B Arlington 

HAROLD BOWDITCH, A.B., M.D Brooklinc 

JOSEPH HARVEY WHITE Boston 

Mrs. IDA MARION CHASE BAKER Concord 

Committee on g>ale of publications; 

CHARLES ELIOT GOODSPEED, Chairman Wollaston 

WILLIAM BROWN SNOW Maiden 

SAMUEL BRADLEE DOGGETT Boston 

EVERETT JEFTS BEEDE, A.B Belmont 

HAROLD CLARKE DURRELL, A.B Arbngton 

WILLIAM OGILVIE COMSTOCK, E.M Brookline 

WILLIAM CHURCHILL BRIGGS Somerville 

•Mr. Dwightdied 11 March 1920. 

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Committer on publication* 

JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

HOSEA STARR BALLOU Broofctini 

OEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Ju, A.M., LL.B. . Newport, R. I 

JOHN WALLACE SUTER, AH., S.T.B TTiiohDrtif 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brooklint 

GEORGE RITCHIE MARVIN, A.M BrooUiM 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A. B., ex officio Ifedfad 

Committee to gtfgitft tfjc Jjiatorian 

ANDREW FISKE, Ph.D., LL.B., Ctuiirman Weston 

ANSON TITUS Somcrvillc 

ARTHUR GREENE LORING Woburn 

ARTHUR WINSLOW PEIRCE, A.B., Litt.D Franklin 

FRANK MORTIMER HAWES, A.M Somcrvill.- 

CHARLES SIDNEY ENSIGN, Jr., A.B., J.B Newton 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B., ex officio Medfor.l 

Committee on Cnglitffj i\esearcfj 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B., 

Chairman . . Newport, R. I. 

WILLIAM EBEN STONE, Ph.B Cambridge 

HENRY EDWARDS SCOTT, A.B Mcdfonl 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brooklinc 

JOHN BARBER WHITE Kansas City, Mo. 

GEORGE FRANCIS DOW Topsficld 

CHARLES PICKERING BOWDITCH, A.M Jamaica Plain 

Committee on ©eralbrp 

ROBERT DICKSON WESTON, A.B., Chairman . . . Boston 

BOYLSTON ADAMS BEAL, A.B., LL.B Nahant 

CHARLES KNOWLES BOLTON, A.B Shirley 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

WILLIAM TRUMAN ALDRICH, S.B Boston 

Committee on tfje Hibrarp 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE, Chairman Brooklinc 

GEORGE ANDREWS MORIARTY, Jr., A.M., LL.B. . Newport, R. I. 

GEORGE SAWIN STEWART, A.B Watcrtown 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . . Boston 

Mrs. MARY STICKNEY RANDALL Waltham 

ALBERT HENRY LAMSON New London, N. H. 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... Winthrop 

Committee on Collection of &ecorbs 

WALTER KENDALL WATKINS, Chairman Maiden 

CLARENCE SAUNDERS BRIGHAM, A.M Worcester 

EDWARD W T ILLARD HOWE, A.B Roxbury 

SAMUEL BURNHAM SHACKFORD, A.B., LL.B. . . Dover, N. H. 

GEORGE SEYMOUR GODARD, M.A., B.D Hartford, Conn. 

FRANK ERNEST WOODWARD Wellesley Hills 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, ex officio .... Winthrop 

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Committer on Cpitapfjs 

IfYLtt STANDISH, A.M., M.I)., SI), Chairman . . . Boston 
WILLIAM DAVIS PATTERSON Wiscasact, M.- 
OTIS GRANT HAMMOND, AM Conmr.l, N. H. 

Mrs. KATE MORRIS CONE, Ph. I) Hartford, Vt 

Mm. JESSIE ALICE WOODS PORTER Bpcfa«fcU 

Miss EDITH MAY TILLEY Kffvpott, R. I. 

LUCIUS BARN ES BARBOUR, A. B. . . . , Hartford, Conn. 

Committee on J)aperg anb CMjpJ 

JOHN McKINSTRY MERRIAM, A.M., Chairman . . I'numngham 

ALFRED JOHNSON, A.M., Litt.D Brook! 

Miss MARY ST. BARBB EU8TIS Brookjine 

Mrs. AGNES BEVILLE VAUGHAN TEDCASTLE . . Milton 

Mrs. BELLE AUGUSTA SEAVEY FLOYD Winthrop 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS CONANT HOWES . Allston 

Miss JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH RAYNE Cambridge 



Special Committee on Jxeuision of ttje JBp-Uatos* 

JAMES PARKER PARMENTER, A.M., LL.B., Chairman Arlington 

WALDO LINCOLN, A.B Worcester 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brooklinc 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW Winthrop 

SAMUEL MITCHELL CHILD, LL.B West Roxbury 

Special Committee on Cnbotument anb itteimjergf 

WILLIAM PRESCOTT GREENLAW, Chairman . . . Winthrop 

GEORGE LAMBERT GOULD Topsfield 

WILLIAM STREETER RICHARDSON Canton 

JAMES MELVILLE HUNNEWELL, A.B., LL.B. . . . Boston 

JOHN CARROLL CHASE Brooklinc 

MYLES STANDISH, A.M., M.D., S.D Boston 

Mrs. FLORENCE REYNOLDS CONANT HOWES . Allston 

•Appointed by the President in accordance with a vote of the Society of 1 April 1914. and serv- 
ing until discharged by the Society. 

fOn 2 January 1919 the Council appointed a special committee of seven persons "to serve through 
the two years, 1919 and 1920. whose duties shall be to conduct an active campaign for money to 
pay off the Society's indebtedness, to obtain members, and to secure special endowment funds." 



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PROCEEDINGS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING 



The seventy-sixth annual ■wmfing of the Society was held on 
Wednesday, 4 February 1920, at 2M P. M., in Wilder Hall, 9 Ash- 
burton Place, Boston, Vice-President Chase presiding and a quorum 
being present. 

The minutes of the meeting of 7 January 1920 were read and 
approved, and the monthly reports of the Corresponding Secretary, 
Librarian, Historian, and Council were accepted, the Council report- 
ing that since the January meeting members of the Society had been 
elected as follows: 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

Lieut. Col. Allcrton Seward Cushman, U. S. A., of Washington, D. C. 

John William Burgess of Newport, R. I. 

Frederick C. Fletcher of Brooklinc, Mass. 

Isaac Sherwood Coffin of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Arthur Curtiss James of New York City 

Mrs. Douglas II. Ducr of Baltimore, Md. 

Dwight Braman of New York City 

Mrs. Zenas Crane of Dalton, Mass. 

Louis Gordon Hamersley / , . T ,. , „ . 
.. ~ > of New > ork City 

Macgrane Coxe \ 

Eugene II. Day of Minneapolis, Minn. 

Herbert J. Brown of Portland, Me. 

Josiah M. Lasell of Whitinsville, Mass. 

Mrs. Richard Warren Sears of Boston, Mass. 

Walter F. Dillingham of Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. William Goddard 

Mrs. Francis Talfourd Keating 

Mrs. Effingham Buckley Morris of Ardmore, Pa. 

T. Jefferson Coolidge of Boston, Mass. 

Edward Colston of Cincinnati, Ohio 

Austin T. Levy of Harrisville, It. I. 

Morgan J. Carkeck of Seattle, Wash. 

Orlando Hall of Cleveland, Ohio 

Chafles H. Bartlett of Bangor, Me. 

L. Averell Carter of Cooperstown, N. Y. 

J. William Barkdull of New Orleans, La. 

Robert W. Bingham of Louisville, Ky. 

French Rayburn Bisscll of Dallas, Tex. 

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X N. K. HI8T0EIC OMfBA LOGICAL SOCIETY 

Resident Memljera 
Mr.M. Frank II. Kingsbury of Keen.-, N. II. 
Alfred Wbronter Fiillor <»f Newtoo, Mam. 
Mrs. J. 10. Robinson of Bloomington, III. 

George Chnpmin of New York City 
Edward Hall Sargent of Lexington, Mush. 
Florence Andyinan Miller of Cambridge, Ma.se. 

The Council also reported the Damefl of thirteen candidates for 
Pilgrim Tercentenary Membership and eight candidates .for Resident 
Membership, stating that action by the Council on these names 
would be in order after they had been posted for thirty days, in 
accordance with the By-Laws. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the annual reports of the Council, including its committees, the 
Librarian, the Corresponding Secretary, the Trustees of the Kidder Fund, the 
Treasurer, and the Historian, being presented in print and now in the hands of 
the meeting, be accepted and ordered filed with the originals. 

The election of officers and councillors being in order, the Chair 
announced that the Nominating Committee, at the stated meeting 
of 3 December 1919, had reported to the Society the name of Samuel 
Merrill of Cambridge, Mass., as a candidate for Councillor for 
the term of three years ending in February 1923, but that Mr. 
Merrill, in a letter to the Recording Secretary, had declined the 
nomination and had requested that his name should not appear on 
the ballot. The Chair then called for nominations for Councillor, 
and J. Gardner Bartlett nominated William Eden Stone of 
Cambridge, Mass., for that position. This nomination having been 
seconded and no other nominations having been made, it was on 
motion 

Voted, That the Society proceed to the election of officers and councillors, 
agreeable to the provisions of the By-Laws. 

That three tellers be appointed by the Chair, and that said tellers shall dis- 
tribute, receive, sort, and count the ballots, and make a report to this meeting. 

That the polls be now opened, and stand open until every member present has 
had opportunity to vote. 

The Chair appointed as tellers David Greene Haskins, Jr., 
William Ogilvie Comstock, and Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, and 
the election by ballot of officers and councillors took place. 

During the voting the Chair read a letter from President Baxter, 
in which he expressed his regret that he was not able to be present 
at the annual meeting. 

After the polls had been closed, the Chair presented, as the speaker 
of the afternoon, Hon. Howard Randolph Bayne, M.A., LL.B., of 



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New York City, who road a carefully prepared and valuable paper 

on The Administration of Q 'cor gc Washington. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the thanks of the Society be cxtendi-d to Mr. Bayne f«»r his iiiUt- 
<-hI ing, instructive, and scholarly address. 

The tellers then made their report, which showed that offiom 
and councillors had been elected M follows: 

President 
James Phinney Baxter, of Portland, Me. 

Vice-I'rcsulents 
John Carroll Chase, of Brooklinc, Mass. 
Alfred Johnson, of Belfast, Mc. 
Alhert Henry Lamson, of New London, N. EL 
William Wallace Stickney, of Ludlow, Vt. 
George Andrews Mori arty, Jr., of Newport, R. I. 
George Seymour Godard, of Hartford, Conn. 

Recording Secretary 
Henry Edwards Scott, of Mcdford, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary 
Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, Jr., of Boston, Mass. 

Treasurer 
George Lambert Gould, of Topsfield, Mass. 

Librarian 
William Prescott Greenlaw, of Winthrop, Mass. 

Councillors for the term of three years, 1920, 1921, 1922 
Mrs. Ida Marion Chase Baker, of Concord, Mass. 
Clement Stevens Houghton, of Chestnut Hill, Mass. 
William Eden Stone, of Cambridge, Mass. 

On motion it was ■ 

Voted, That the New England Historic Genealogical Society enters on its 
records at this time its appreciation of the services rendered by the retiring 
Corresponding Secretary, George Andrews Moriarty, Jr., and by the retiring 
Councillors, Mrs. Annie Corinne Ellison, Nathan Matthews, and James 
Melville Hunnewell, who have during their terms of office given of their 
time, their thought, and their counsel that the broad purposes of the Society, the 
collection and preservation of genealogical records for the public benefit, might 
be attained. 

On motion it was 

Voted, That the proceedings of this meeting, with the annual reports accepted 
and the biographical notices of deceased members, be printed as a supplement to 
the April, 1920, number of the New England Historical and Genealogical 



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Register, that a copy of 8aid supplement Ix; mailed to every menilx-r of the 
Society not receiving the Reoisteb, to thfl families of members deceased during 
the past year, and to exchanging societies, und that the Council Ixj charged with 
tho execution of this order. 

On motion of David Greene IIaskins, Jr., it was 

Voted, That the Society send its affectionate greetings to President Baxtkk, 
with an oxpression of its regret that he is unable to lx: present ut the meeting to-day. 

No further business being presented, Vice-President Chase, at 
4 P. M., declared the meeting dissolved, and light refreshments were 
served to the members of the Society and their guests in the adjoining 
reception hall. 

Henry Edwards Scott^ 

Recording Secretary. 



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REPORT OF THE COUNCIL 

Prepared l>y John Cabboll Chaii 

This institution was seventy-five years old as an organization 
in 1919 and will celebrate its .seventy-fifth anniversary as a cor- 
poration in 1920. It was three-quarters of a century ago, in October 
1844, that several gentlemen met at the home of Mr. William H. 
Montague, in Orange Street, Boston, to discuss the advisability 
of organizing a society for the purpose of awakening and stimulating 
interest in genealogical and heraldic studies. On Friday evening, 
1 November, following, Mr. Montague and his associates, Messrs. 
Charles Ewer, Samuel Gardner Drake, John Wingate Thornton, 
and Lemuel Shattuck, met at Mr. Shattuck's- residence, 79 Harrison 
Avenue, and organized the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, which was incorporated by a special act of the General 
Court, 18 March 1845. 

The seventy-fifth year of this institution has been, in many ways, 
one of the best in its whole history. 

During the two and a quarter centuries that elapsed between 
the Landing of the Pilgrims and the birth of the Society, very little 
interest was manifested in the objects which the Society was 
organized to promote. Measured by the genealogical publications 
issued in America, the total output up to 1844 would not fill a three- 
foot shelf. Conditions changed with the advent of the new Society. 
Interest in its objects was soon aroused by its officers, its library, 
and its publications, and this soon manifested itself in the publica- 
tion of genealogies and local histories with genealogical registers. 
The interest thus awakened steadily increased from year to year 
and brought with it, for the Society, serious problems of housing 
its library and financing its work. 

During the first twenty-five years of its existence the Society 
occupied rented quarters and depended on voluntary assistance to 
carry on its work. Then it purchased and remodelled a building 
which furnished accommodations for its growth for about forty 
years. The erection of the present commodious and safe building 
in 1912 solved the housing problem for many years to come. 

The practical cessation of the World War in November 1918 
again made it feasible to appeal to the public for support, and a 
campaign to solve the financial problem was immediately begun. 
On 14 November Mr. George Lambert Gould, Treasurer of the 
Society, pledged $1000; and on 5 December Mr. James Melville 
Hunnewell, a Councillor of the Society, pledged $5000. These 
pledges have resulted in the creation of two new funds, the George 
Lambert Gould Fund and the Robert Cushman Hunnewell Me- 
morial Fund. In December 1918 a preliminary committee was 

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appointed to consider ways and means, and at the January meeting 
of the Council, upon recommendation of that committee, ■ Spa 
Committee on Endowment and Member! \ -.ppointed, to serve 
through thfl two years 1919 and 1920. This committee was selected 

largely from the Committees on Ways and Means and on Increase 
of Membership, including the heads of both committers, and has 
been very active throughout the year. Its work for the year 1920 
is already under way, and it is believed that the financial problem 
of the Society will be permanently settled, through its efforts, by 
the end of the year 1920. 

The three-hundredth anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims 
occurs in 1920. The New England Historic Genealogical Society 
proposes that its chief observance of this important occasion shall 
take the form of a substantial increase of its membership and its 
endowment funds. It is believed that there can be no more fitting 
or useful memorial to the Pilgrims than the continued maintenance 
of the work of this Society, and this will be assured by the Pilgrim 
Tercentenary Memorial Fund, now being raised by the Special 
Committee on Endowment and Members. 



The Report of the Committee on Finance, by George Lambert 
Gould, Treasurer: 

Early in 1919 the Society received from George W. MacWha, Esq., 
executor of the estate of Mrs. Jennie B. Fuller, its proportion of the 
residue of her estate, amounting to $1425.09, which, with receipts 
of dues from members, enabled the Society to pay to the Boston 
Safe Deposit & Trust Company the balance of the floating indebted- 
ness which was due and which was incurred at the completion of 
the Society's building seven years ago. 

During the year the Committee decided to pay off the mortgage 
on the front building on Ashburton Place, amounting to $23,000 
and interest, which also was held by the Boston Safe Deposit &. 
Trust Company. It was enabled to do this because of the success- 
ful efforts of the Special Committee on Endowment and Members 
in securing Pilgrim Tercentenary Members and also by the large 
increase in the number of Life Members. 

On 12 October the Society received the sum of $102.38, being 
the interest for the second year on the legacy of $5,000 from the 
estate of Dr. Moses Greeley Parker, in the hands of the Boston 
Safe Deposit & Trust Company, Trustee. Members of the Com- 
mittee on Finance and of the Council were surprised and disappointed 
at the meagre return, especially as the same institution had charged 
the Society, on floating and mortgage indebtedness, 6% per annum 
until the amounts were paid, as stated above. 

The Society will probably receive during the coming year the 
sum of $4,000 from the estate of Albert Crane of Stamford, Conn., 



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to be added to the Thomas Crane Fund, which was created several 
years ago by Mr. Crane in memory of his father, Thomas (Vane. 
The ineome of this legacy is to be applied "first to the binding and 
preservation of the pamphlets of the Society, and secondly to the 
general purposes of the Society." The Society is also named in 
Mr. Crane's will, as one of the residuary legatees, for a larger sum, 
payable on the death of the principal beneficiary. 

The Committee reports, with much gratification, the receipt of 
United States bonds and Other donations from Society members 
and also the increased returns from membership dues, including 
mainly those from the new Pilgrim Tercentenary class, details of 
which will be given by other committees. 

While the amounts thus received are comparatively large, still 
the needs of the Society are very large, and much more will be 
required before the institution will be on a self-supporting basis. 

The net sums received have been closely and carefully invested 
in accordance with votes of the Council, so that the net returns 
on money invested will be very much larger proportionately than 
what is received on securities bought years ago. 



The Report of the Committee on Ways and Means, by William 
Streeter Richardson, Chairman: 

The Committee takes pleasure in reporting that the recommenda- 
tion referred to in its annual report for 1918 as to the adoption of 
new methods has been vigorously followed, and that it has resulted 
in a material measure of success. 

Not only has the course pursued produced immediate substantial 
gains, but the work already done affords strong encouragement 
that its continuance during the next year or two on the same Lines 
will yield equally good results. It is true that the efforts of the 
Committee must not be in any way relaxed, but it seems that a 
further improvement in the financial condition of the Society may 
be confidently expected. 

The Report of the Committee on Increase of Membership, by 
Mrs. Florence Reynolds Conant Howes, Chairman: 

As the field of work of the Committee on Increase of Member- 
ship was effectively and comprehensively covered during the past 
year by the Special Committee on Endowment and Members, no 
meeting of the Committee has been held. 



The Report of the Committee on Sale of Publications, by 
Charles Eliot Goodspeed, Chairman: 

The miscellaneous publications on hand for sale at the beginning 
of the year (exclusive of Registers, Vital Records, and special fund 
books) were valued at $3259.48, and the sales amounted to $379.05. 
Gross returns and net revenue from this source are very satisfactory. 



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The Report of the ('ommi tiki: on Puiilioations, by James Parker 

Pannenter, A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Publication! reports that on 14 January 1919, 

acting under authority conferred on it by the Council on 6 November 
1918, it voted that the title-pages and indexes of the Register, 
hitherto printed in the October number of each year, should here- 
after appear with the January number of the following year. Ac- 
cordingly the title-pages and indexes for Volume 73 (1919) will 
be sent out as a supplement to the Register for January 1920, 
in such form that they can be bound as usual with the quarterly 
numbers of the volume to which they belong. 

Letters and circulars asking for subscriptions to enable the Society 
to continue the publication of the Vital Records of Massachusetts 
towns prior to 1850, which was suspended after the repeal of the 
Vital Records Act of 1902 by the Massachusetts General Court 
of 1918, were sent out by the Committee in the spring of 1919 to 
the public libraries of Massachusetts and to the leading libraries 
and historical societies throughout the United States. Favorable 
responses have been received from many of these institutions, and 
the Council has authorized the Committee on Publications to 
proceed as soon as possible with the publication of the Vital Records 
of Plympton and of Nantucket. It is hoped that additional sub- 
scriptions will enable the Society to publish other volumes and 
eventually to complete this important series of printed Vital Records. 



The Report of the Committee to Assist the Historian, by Andrew 
Fiske, Ph.D., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee has held one meeting during the year 1919, on 
17 December, at which it transacted such business as was presented 
by the Historian. 



The Report of the Committee on English Research, by George 
Andrews Moriarty, Jr., A.M., LL.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on English Research reports that through the 
courtesy of Hon. Frederick Samuel Fish, A. 13., of South Bend, Ind., 
it was enabled to communicate to the Register, for publication in 
the issue of January 1919, important records relating to the English 
connections of John Coggeshall, first president of the Colony of 
Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and that Mr. Alfred 
Rudulph Justice of Ardmore, Pa., has placed at the disposal of 
the Committee, for publication in the Register in the early part 
of 1920, his proofs of the English ancestry and family connections 
of Jeremiah Clarke of Newport, II. I. Other material in the posses- 
sion of the Committee is being examined and prepared for publica- 
tion, and researches made in England at the expense of one of the 
members of the Committee have brought to light additional records 
that will be incorporated in a forthcoming article. 

The Council has appropriated the sum of $300, which is to be 



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expended in 1920, under the direction of the Committee, in secur- 
ing English genealogical records and preparing them for publication 
in the Reoister. 



The Report of the Committee on Heraldry, by Robert Dickson 
Weston, A.B., Chairman: 

The Committee on Heraldry has little to report. During the 
War the thoughts of men were concentrated on the conflict, to the 
exclusion of less important subjects. The return to normal con- 
ditions, so far as an interest in heraldry is concerned, is slow. lint 
signs of reviving interest are perceived, and the Committee antici- 
pates that for it the coming year will be one of much greater activity. 

A robin, furnished with bookshelves, desks, and chairs, has been 
provided for the Committee, on the street floor of the Society's 
building, and there selected works on heraldry, representations of 
coats of arms, and the archives of the Committee have been placed. 



The Report of the Committee on the Lidrary, by Mrs. Mary 
Stickney Randall, Secretary: 

The Committee on the Library has met regularly each month 
throughout the year, with the exception of the summer months, 
for the transaction of such routine business as comes within its 
jurisdiction, and has also attended to special matters which have 
been referred to the Committee. 

During the seven years in which the Society has occupied the pres- 
ent building, only absolutely necessary repairs to the building have 
been made. The building now is greatly in need of having its walls, 
ceilings, and woodwork thoroughly cleaned and renovated. This 
should be done before the seventy-fifth anniversary of the incor- 
poration of the Society, which is to be celebrated in March 1920. 

The most pressing need of the Society at the present time is a 
complete and comprehensive guide to genealogical data in print 
in relation to American families. It is now several years since the 
last issue of the Durrie-Munsell series of Indexes was published, 
and the later issues of these Indexes are very incomplete. Such a 
vast amount of genealogical information has been published since 
these Indexes were issued that it is extremely desirable and nec- 
essary that new and improved indexes be compiled which will make 
this information available, and which will eliminate the waste of 
time on the part of the searcher and unnecessary expense on the 
part of the Society in handling and consulting many books not useful 
in each particular search. 

Some years ago the Librarian and his staff devised an index card, 
on which the amount of data, the period of time covered, and the 
geographical location of the families indexed are shown briefly, thus 
enabling the reader to choose only such books as would be useful 
to him. A sufficient beginning of the index was made at that time 
to prove that the idea was practical, but important problems of 
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XV111 N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

necessary to suspend this indexing. The Committee reCOCDmefldi that 
work 00 this index be resumed as soon as funds can !»<• obtained for 
it, and that plans l>e made for bringing and keeping it up t«> df 
When the new building was erected in L912, the tin-proof vault 

was equipped with temporary wooden shrives, <■■ acted from 

lumber brought from the old building, as it was thought inexpedient 
at that time to go to the expense of putting in metal stacks. These 
temporary wooden shelves have now been used for seven years and 
are far from satisfactory. The Committee recommends that modern 
steel bookstacks be erected in the vault at an early da 1 

Through funds given and bequeathed by the late Albert ( 'nine 
of Stamford, Conn., a substantial binding fund will eventually be 
created. Until the whole amount is available, however, more money 

will be needed for binding. 

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The Report of the Committee on Epitaphs, by Myles Standish, 
A.M., M.D., S.D., Chairman: 

The Committee on Epitaphs held no meeting in the year 1919. 
It notes, however, with satisfaction, that from time to time new 
collections of inscriptions from New England burial grounds are 
sent to the Register for publication, and that occasionally space 
is found in the Register for the printing of some of the typewritten 
or manuscript collections in the possession of the Library. 



The Report of the Committee ox Papers and Essays, by John 
McKinstry Merriam, A.M., Chairman: 

The Committee on Papers and Essays has provided eight lectures 
for the stated meetings of the year, as follows: 

2 January.— "lu the Wake of the War," by Fred E. Marble, Ph.D., of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

5 February. — "Liberty and Law," by Hon. Arthur Holhrook Wellman, 
M.A., LL.B., of Topsfield, Mass. 

5 March. — "The Training of the Twenty-Sixth Division," by Capt. EL D. 
Cormerais, U. S. A., of the One Hundred and First Infantry. 

£ April. — "Backgrounds of Present-Day Immigration," by George William 
Tupper, Ph.D., of Brookline, Mass. 

7 May. — "Aviation — its Progress and Prospect," by Albert Hatton Gilmer, 
A.M., of Medford, Mass. 

1 October. — "Ancestor Hunting in England," by J. Gardner Bartlett of Boston 
and London. 

6 November. — "Three Centuries of Historic Trees in Massachusetts," by 
James Raymond Simmons, A.B., B.S., of Syracuse, N. Y. 

3 December. — "The Eugenics of Genealogy," by Walter Elmore Fernald, M.D., 
of Waverley, Mass. 

Five of the lectures were illustrated with stereopticon slides, and 
all were followed by refresbments. 

Many of the speakers gave their services without compensation, 
and several members of the Society contributed toward defraying 
expenses; therefore the Committee has not been obliged, in spite 
of the advance in prices, to use the full amount ($250) of the appro- 
priation granted by the Council. 



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The Report of the Special Committee on Endowment and Mem- 
bers, by William Prescott Greenlaw, Chairman: 

This Committee was appointed 2 January 1919 to serve through 
the two years 1919 and 1920, for the purpose of conducting an active 
campaign for money to pay off the Society's indebtedness, to obtain 
members, and to secure special endowment funds. Four of its 
seven members had served on a committee appointed 4 December 
1918 to consider ways and means of raising money for these purposes. 

The earlier committee recommended that the dues of Resident 
Members be increased from five to ten dollars; that the Life Member- 
ship fee be increased from fifty to one hundred dollars; and that pro- 
vision be made as soon as possible, by an addition to the By-Laws 
of the Society, for a new class of members, to consist of those persons 
who pay three hundred dollars at one time into a special endow- 
ment fund to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the 
incorporation of the Society and the three-hundredth anniversary of 
the Landing of the Pilgrims, both of which occur in 1920, these 
members to have all the privileges of Life Members, together with 
the right of transmitting the membership in perpetuity by will or 
written notice to the Society. 

At the annual meeting of the Society, 5 February 1919, the By- 
Laws were amended in accordance with the Committee's recommen- 
dations. The members of this new class were designated Pilgrim 
Tercentenary Members and limited to those who qualified before 
1 January 1921. 

The committee appointed in December began a canvass of the 
Resident Membership, inviting the members to change to Life 
Membership, and this resulted in securing about one thousand dollars 
during the month. It also secured the promise of two donations, 
which materialized later, and amounted to six thousand dollars. 
The Special Committee completed this canvass for Life Members 
during the months of January and February, securing a little over 
five thousand dollars more from this source. One hundred and 
thirty-five Resident Members were transferred to Life Membership 
in the three months. The Treasurer's records show that the pay- 
ments of these members in annual dues and Life Membership fees 
averaged almost ninety-five dollars each, an amount only five dollars 
less than the present Life Membership fee. 

The Special Committee, during the early part of the year, issued 
a limited number of engraved invitations seeking the creation of 
special memorial endowment funds; and in two instances the chair- 
man has been advised of wills having been executed by which the 
Society will eventually benefit. 

The main work of the year, however, has been the canvass for 
Pilgrim Tercentenary Members. The Committee, with the co- 
operation of several gentlemen of international reputation in various 
callings, has sent out engraved invitations to a number of persons 
who, it was believed, would be interested in the work of the Society 
and would be willing to contribute a Pilgrim Tercentenary Member- 
ship fee for the support of its work in the future. The results of 



XX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

this part of the Committee's undertaking have been very satisfactory. 
Over three hundred persons have accepted t h«* invitation. 

Through the endeavors of this Committee a greater amount of 
money has been received by the Treasurer than in any previous year 
of the Society's history, amounting to more than one hundred thou- 
sand dollars; and the number of members secured is more than 
double the record of the best previous year. 

The Committee expects to continue this work and also to canvass 
for Life and Resident Members throughout the year 1920. It 
also planning to make appeals for money for special purposes, to 
take care of pressing needs, such as additional equipment, upkeep, 
cataloguing, and binding. 

The success so far achieved and the outlook for 1920 warrant the 
belief that the Society will be able to continue its liberal policy of 
maintaining a free library, where all interested can seek information 
about the Pilgrims, their neighbors of the American Colonies, their 
successors of later immigrations, and their descendants. As almost 
the entire patriotic-society movement in this country is based upon 
the interest in family history awakened and stimulated by this 
Society during its seventy-five years of existence, the value of 
maintaining its work can scarcely be overestimated. 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

Presented by William Prescott Greenlaw 

The total accessions for the year 1919 number 794 volumes, 
473 pamphlets, and 49 miscellaneous articles. Of these, 265 volumes 
and 100 pamphlets were purchased; 179 volumes, 371 pamphlets, 
and 49 miscellaneous articles were given; 55 volumes and 2 pam- 
phlets were received in exchange; and 295 volumes were received 
on deposit. Two hundred and three genealogies were acquired 
during the year. 

As predicted in the report of the Council last year, a decided 
increase in the use of the Library has taken place; the Visitors' 
Register for the 3'ear shows twenty-eight per cent more visitors 
than in 1918, and the record of use by members and visitors com- 
bined shows a twenty per cent increase. In 1920 it is expected 
that the Pilgrim Tercentenary will arouse considerable interest 
in family history and cause a greater demand for information at 
the Library. 

The Librarian has devoted the larger part of his time since the 
signing of the armistice in November 1918 to the task of securing 
endowment funds to carry on the work of the Society in the future, 
and this work will require a part of his services through the year 
1920. Because of this, it has been necessary to add another assist- 



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ant to the Library Staff. Miss Edith Grierson Mac Brine was 
chosen for this position and began work in July. 

A thorough renovation of t he building is in proirnss; and this 
will allow the Society's portraits, en^ravin^s, and prints to D€ hung 
permanently, and add largely to the attractiveness of the entire 
building. 



REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING 

SECRETARY 

Presented by George Andrews Mori arty, Jr., A.M., LL.B. 



Boston, 31 December 1919. 

Below are given the names and residences of those who have 
joined the Society during the year 1919 and those who have been 
transferred from one class of membership to another. 

Honorary Members 

His Majesty Albert, King of the Belgians 

Hon. Calvin Coolidge Northampton 

Charles William Eliot Cambridge 

Arthur Twining Hadley New Haven, Conn. 

Abbott Lawrence Lowell Cambridge 

Hon. William Howard Taft New Haven, Conn. 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

Edward Dean Adams . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Elmer Bragg Adams (Emma Ursula Richmond) St. Louis, Mo. 

Andrew Adie Boston 

Philip Allen Providence, R. I. 

Edgar Ames Seattle, Wash. 

John Stantey Ames Boston 

Lewis Dewart Apsley Hudson 

George Armsby Washington, D. C. 

Henry Morrell Atkinson Atlanta, Ga. 

Frederick E. Atteaux Chestnut Hill 

Hugh D. Auchincloss New York, N. Y. 

Frederick Carleton Austin Chicago, III. 

Charles French Avery Newtonville 

Mrs. George Whitfield Avery (Harriet A. Burnham) . Cleveland, Ohio 

Frederick Fanning Ayer New York, N. Y. 

Albert Babcock Providence, R. I. 

Mrs. Francis E. Bacon (Louisa Crowninshield) . . Riverside, Cal. 

Nathaniel T. Bacon Peacedale, R. I. 

John Vacher Bacot Utica, N. Y. 

Esther Hinckley Baker Providence, R. I. 

George Fisher Baker New York, N. Y. 

Howard W. Baker Coronado, Cal. 

Mrs. Joseph A. Baker (Ella Alden) Fall River 



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Walter C. Baker Cleveland, Ohio 

George W. Banks Philadelphia, Pa. 

William L. Barrell Lawrence 

Charles H. Bartlett Ptngfff. Me. 

Paul W. Bartlett New York, N. Y. 

Walter Cabot Baylies Boston 

August Belmont New York. N. Y. 

Cyrus Bent ley Chicago, 111. 

George Perkins Bissell Wilmington, Del. 

William Henry Bliss New York, N. Y. 

Albro Blodgett Toledo, Ohio 

George Meade Bond Hartford, Conn. 

Stephen Norman Bond New York, N. Y. 

Benjamin F. Bourne Cleveland, Ohio 

George Gait Bourne .... New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Joseph A. Bo wen (Fanny Maria Corey) . . . Fall River 

John McE. Bowman New York, N. Y. 

George W. Brackenridge San Antonio, Tex. 

Dwight Braman .... New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Joseph Harrison Brazier (Ellen Kemble Bartol) Philadelphia, Pa. 

George Stephenson Brewster New York, N. Y. 

Norman Bridge Los Angeles, Cal. 

Abraham Brittin New Orleans, La. 

Shepherd Brooks .' Boston 

Franklin Q. Brown Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Herbert J. Brown Portland, Me. 

Vernon Carleton Brown New York, N. Y. 

John William Burgess Newport, R. I. 

George Burnham, Jr Berwyn, Pa. 

Thomas Winston Burnham Cleveland, Ohio 

Joseph Green Butler, Jr. Youngstown, Ohio 

Morgan J. Carkeek Seattle, Wash. 

Andrew Carnegie* New York, N. Y. 

Francis Wood Carpenter Providence, R. I. 

L. Averell Carter Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Arnold Buffum Chace . . Providence, R. I. 

Mrs. Charles Augustus Chapin (Emily M. Coolidge) . Chicago, 111. 

Helen Elizabeth Chase Waterbury, Conn. 

Simeon B. Chase Fall River 

Louis R. Cheney Hartford, Conn. 

John Claflin New York, N. Y. 

Willard M. Clapp Cleveland, Ohio 

Allan M. Clement Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Charles Clifton (Grace Gorham) Buffalo, N. Y. 

Martha C. Codman Washington, D. C. 

Isaac Sherwood Coffin Brooklyn. N. Y. 

James Colby Colgate New \ortc, N. Y. 

Edward Colston Cincinnati, Ohio 

Col. Samuel Pomcroy Colt New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Washington Everett Connor (Jeannette M. 

^Thurber) New York, N. Y. 

Edmund Cogswell Converse ... .... Greenwich, Conn. 

Mrs. Frederic Shurtleff Coolidge (Elizabeth Sprague) . New York, N. Y. 

T. Jefferson Coolidge . Boston 

Samuel Houghton Cox Cleveland, Ohio 

Macgrane Coxe New York, N. Y. 

Richard Teller Crane, Jr Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Zenas Crane (Ellen J.) Dalton 

Hon. William Wallace Crapo New Bedford 

Albert Randolph Crittenden Middletown, Conn. 

William Henry Crocker Burlingame, Cal. 

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William Nelson Cromwell New York, N. Y. 

William H. Crosby Eggertsville, N. Y. 

Lieut. Col. Allerton Seward Cushman, U. S. A. Washington, D. C. 

Julien Tappan Davics Great River, I>ong 

Island, N. Y. 

Eugene II . Day Minneapolis, Minn. 

Marvin Ansel Dean Evanston, 111. 

Eugene Delano New York, N. Y. 

Warren Delano Red Hook, N. Y. 

Arthur Wellington Dennis Providence, R. I. 

John Bartlett Dennis New York, N. Y. 

Walter F. Dillingham . . Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. Henry F. Dimock (Susan C. WTiitney) Washington, D. C. 

Mrs. William B. Dinsmore (Helen Frances Adams) . Staataburg, N. Y. 

Charles Healy Ditson New York, N. Y. 

Cleveland Hoadlcy Dodge New York, N. Y. 

Edward Lawrence Doheny Los Angeles, Cal. 

Joseph Dowd New York, N. Y. 

George Albert Draper Boston 

Mrs. Douglas H. Duer Baltimore, Md. 

George Ellsworth Dunscombe New York, N. Y. 

William du Pont Bellevue, Del. 

William Crapo Durant New York, N. Y. 

John Worth Edmonds New York, N. Y. 

Howard Elliott New York, N. Y. 

George Waldo Emerson Danvers 

Daniel F. Emery, Jr Portland, Me. 

Lewis Emery, Jr Bradford. Pa. 

Allen Wardner Evarts New York, N. Y. 

Haliburton Fales New York, N. Y. 

David Hale Fanning Worcester 

George Richmond Fearing, Jr Boston 

Harvey S. Firestone Akron, Ohio 

Frederick Samuel Fish South Bend, Ind. 

Frederick C. Fletcher Brookline 

Mrs. William Hathaway Forbes (Edith Emerson) . Milton 

James Hiram Foster Cleveland, Ohio 

Timothy H. Fowler Holyokc 

Nicholas V. V. Franchot Olean, N. Y. 

Herbert H. Franklin* Syracuse, N. Y. 

Everett W. Frazar New York, N. Y. 

Frank Pierce Frazier Yokohama, Japan 

Mrs. James Goldthwaite Freeman (Caroline Sumner 

Case)* Boston 

Charles Lang Freerf Detroit, Mich. 

Herbert Greer French Cincinnati, Ohio 

William Arthur Gallup North Adams 

Mrs. Robert Ives Gammell (Eliza A. Hoppin) . . . Providence, R. I. 

Guy Patterson Gannett Augusta, Me. 

Henry Gardiner Millstone, Conn. 

William Amory Gardner Groton 

George Alonzo Gibson Boston 

Lyman B. GotT Pawtucket, R. I. 

Eugene GifTord Grace Bethlehem, Pa. 

Niel Gray, Jr. Oswego, N. Y. 

Hon. Edward Howland Robinson Gretn New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. William H. Haile (Amelia L. Chapin)J . . Springfield 

Orlando Hall Cleveland, Ohio 

Louis Gordon Hamersley New York, N. Y. 

John A. Hance New York, N. Y. 

•Died 20 November 1919. 
tDied 25 September 1919. 
tDied 5 September 1919. 



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A. B. C. Hardy Flint, Mich. 

Edward S. Hiirkness New York, N. Y. 

Harry Taft Huy ward Franklin 

Mrs. Rowland G. Hazard (Mary Pierpont Bushnell) . Pcacedalc, II. I. 

Gustave Maurice Heckschcr New York, N. Y. 

Charles B. Henry Lincoln, N. EL 

William Storey Higgins Bangor, Me. 

Maj. Henry Lee Higginson* . . Boston 

Mrs. Charles Henry Hill (Antoinette L.) Manchester, N. EL 

Mrs. William E. Hinchliff (Harriet E.) Rockford, 111. 

Nathan Hofheimer New York, N. Y. 

Louis Hollingworth Pittafield 

Benjamin Holt Stockton, Cal. 

Charles W. Holtzer Brookline 

Edward Whiting Hopkins San Francisco, Cal. 

Henry Hornblower Boston 

Mrs. Benjamin N. Huntington (Sarah J. MacM.) . Columbus, Ohio 

S. Worrall Hyde Greenwich, Conn. 

Robert Livingston Ireland Cleveland, Ohio. 

Abraham S. Iserson New York, N. Y. 

Arthur Curtiss James New York, N. Y. 

Edmund Janes James Urbana, 111. 

James Newbegin Jarvie Montclair, N. J. 

Leonard A. Jenkinsf New Haven, Coon. 

Newell Sill Jenkinsf New Haven, Conn. 

Annie Burr Jennings New York, N. Y. 

Walter Jennings New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. William E. Joslin (Theresa Brown) .... Providence, R. I. 

Mrs. Harold Lee Judd (Florence E. Hopwood-Gates) Minneapolis, Minn. 

Frederic A. Juilliard .... New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Francis Talfourd Keating (Clare L. Burt-Metcalf) Providence, R. I. 

Edward Kemp New York, N. Y. 

Henry Swift Kimball Greenwich, Conn. 

Alice Eliza Kingsbury Watorbury, Conn. 

Walter Hamer Langshaw New Bedford 

Henry G. Lapham Boston 

Mrs. John J. Lapham (Mary E. Walker) .... New York, N. Y. 

Josiah M. Lasell Whitinsvillc 

Isobel Hunter Lenman Washington, D. C. 

Charles Webster Leonard West Newton 

Austin T. Levy Harrisville, R. I. 

Adolf Liebmann Brooklyn, N. Y\ 

Hon. Robert Todd Lincoln Washington, D. C. 

H. Wales Lines Meriden, Conn. 

Franklin Day Locke Buffalo, N. Y. 

Mrs. William Lodge (Mary G. Do Rose) Cincinnati, Ohio 

Edward Eugene Loomis New York, N. Y'. 

Hon. Augustus Peabody Loring ... ... Boston 

Mrs. Thornton Kirkland Lothrop (Anne M. Hooper) . Boston 

Thornton Kirkland Lothrop, Jr Boston 

William Gilman Low Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Louis McCarthy West Roxbury 

Edward Lee McClain Greenfield, Onio 

Mrs. Alfred McEwen (Margaret R.) Tanytown, N. Y. 

Edgar Lewis Marston New York, N. Y. 

William G. Mather , Cleveland, Ohio 

George E. Matthies Seymour, Conn. 

Douglas Merritt Rhinebeck, N. Y. 

John H. Meyer New York, N. Y. 

George Norton Miller New York, N. Y. 

•Died 14 November 1919. 

fNewell Sill Jenkins died 25 September 1919. His son. Leonard A. Jenkins, has succeeded to 
his Pilgrim Tercentenary Membership. 



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RKI'ORT OF THE CORRESPONDING 8ECRKTARV XXV 

John Barnes Miller Pasadena, Cal. 

Stephen C. Millctt N.-w York, N. Y. 

John Mills Marietta, Ohio 

William Harvey Miner Chicago, 111. 

John Pierpont Morgan New York, N. V. 

Samuel Tate Morgan ... Richmond, Va. 

Mrs. Effingham Buckley Morris (Ellen Douglas Bur- 
roughs) Ardmore. Pa. 

Lincoln E. Moses Kansas City, Mo. 

Thomas J. Mumford Plainficld, N.J. 

Frank Andrew Munsey New York, N. V. 

Arthur E. Newbold Philadelphia, Pa. 

John J. O'Brien Chicago, 111. 

Henry Fairfield Osborn New York, N. Y. 

George Stevens Page Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Julius Palmer Providence, R. I. 

Edward Lasell Partridge New York. N. Y. 

George Foster Peabody Saratoga Springs, NY. 

Wheeler Hazard Peckham New Rochcll«", N. Y. 

Marsden Jasiel Perry Providence, R. I. 

Samuel T. Peters New York, N. Y. 

Wallace Lincoln Pierce Boston 

George French Porter Chicago, 111. 

William Henry Porter New York, N. Y. 

James Brown Potter New York, N. Y. 

Fred F. Proctor .... Larchmont, N. Y. 

Mrs. Robert Clarence Pruyn (Anna Williams) . . Albany, N. Y. 

John E . Pushee West Newton 

George M. Pynchon New York, N. Y. 

William Rockefeller . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Jacob C. Rogers (Elizabeth P. Peabody) . . . Boston 

Frederick K. Rupprecht Greenwich, Conn. 

Thomas Fortune Ryan New York, N. Y. 

Charles Hamilton Sabin New York, N. Y. 

William Henry Sage Albany, N. Y. 

Jacob Henry Schiff New York, N. Y. 

Mortimer Leo SchifT New York, N. Y. 

Ewald H. Schnicwind New York, N. Y. 

Henry Schniewind, Jr New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Alfred Bowne Scott (Ella Frances Puffer) . . Geneva, Switzerland 

Walter Scott New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. James A. Scrymser (Mary C. Prime) . . . New York, N. Y. 

Clara Endicott Sears Boston 

Mrs. Richard Warren Sears (Anna Lydia Meckstroth) Boston 

John Long Severance Cleveland, Ohio 

Alfred Lee Shapleigh St. Louis, Mo. 

Robert Gould Shaw Brookline 

Mrs. Freeman B. Shcdd (Amy F.) Lowell 

Finley Johnson Shepard New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. William Watts Sherman (Sophia Carter Brown) New York, N. Y. 

Rufus Adams Sibley Rochester, N. Y'. 

George H.Simonds North Andover 

Col. Joseph Jermain Slocum New York, N. Y. 

Francis Laird Snowden Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Valentine P. Snyder New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Albert Goodwill Spalding (Elizabeth Churchill) Point Loma, Cal. 

Andrew Squire Cleveland, Ohio ■ 

James Pierce Stearns . Brookline 

Mrs. Isaac Stephenson (Martha Elizabeth) .... Milwaukee, Wis. 

Isaac Frank Stevens Nashua, N. H. 

Samuel D. Stevens North Andover 

Carl Stoeckel Norfolk. Conn. 



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XXVI N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Mrs. Willard Dickerman Straight (Dorothy I'ayne 

Whitney) NYw York, N. V. 

Mrs. John Mohler Studcbakcr (Mary J. Stoll) South Bend, hid. 

Frederick Sturges '. Fairfield, Conn. 

Hon. Alvah Woodbury Sulloway Franklin, X. H. 

Ambrose Swa^ey Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Gustavus Franklin Swift (Ann M. Higgins) . Chicago, 111. 

Charles Phelps Taft Cincinnati, Ohio 

Henry Richmond Taylor New York, N. Y. 

Myron Charles Taylor New York, N. Y. 

Daniel G. Tenney New York, N. Y. 

John Eliot Thayer Lancaster 

Mrs. Frederick F. Thompson (Mary L. Clark) Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Mrs. Elbridge Torrey (Alice W.) . . ' . . . . Dorchester 

Henry Robinson Towne New York, N. Y. 

Henry Oliver Underwood Belmont 

Theodore Newton Vail New York, N. Y. 

Frederick Sturdivant Vaill Portland, Me. 

Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt (Alice Gwynne) . New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. John A. Vanderpoel (Emily C. Noyes) . . New York, N. Y. 

Jeptha Homer Wade Cleveland, Ohio 

Joseph It. Walker Salt Lake City, Utah 

Artemas Ward New York. N . X. 

Samuel H. Wheeler ....'. Fairfield, Conn. 

Mrs. George Luther White (Julia Phelps Haring) . Waterbury, Conn. 

Windsor T. White ' Cleveland, Ohio 

Arthur Fletcher Whitin Whitinsville 

Harry Payne Whitney New York, N. Y. 

Payne Wliitney New York, N. Y. 

Henry Devercux Whiton New York, N. Y. 

Lucius Erskine Whiton New London, Conn. 

Richard H. Williams New York, N. Y. 

Grinnell Willis Morristown, N. J. 

James Richards Williston New York, N. Y . 

John North Willys . • Toledo, Ohio 

Charles Newell Winship Wakefield 

Henry Rogers Winthrop ... New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Frank Spencer Witherbec (Mary R. Stewart) . New York, X. Y. 

Edward Worcester Pittsburgh, Pa. 

J. Lewis Wyckoff Holyoke 

Mrs. John Wyeth (Sarah B. Steuart) Washington, D. C. 

Life and Resident Members Transferred 
to Pilgrim Tercentenary Membership 

Frederick Marden Ambrose Yonkers, N. Y. 

Samuel Putnam Avery Hartford, Conn. 

Hon. James Phinney Baxter Portland, Me. 

Edward Augustus Bowen Woodstock, Conn. 

John Carroll Chase Deny, N. EL 

Hon. Winthrop Murray Crane Dal ton, Mass. 

Charles Deering New York, N. Y. 

Elizabeth Mussey Eustis Brookline 

Henry Dutton Eustis Brookline 

Mary St. Barbe Eustis Brookline 

Hon. Elbert Henrv Gary New York, X. Y. 

Clement Stevens fioughton . . Chestnut Hill 

James Melville Hunnewell Boston 

Helen Frances Kimball . . Brookline 

Mrs. Franklyn Hallett Lovell (M. Louise Lewis) . . Washington, D. C. 

Henry Huddleston Rogers Washington, D. C. 

Frank Knight Sturgis New York, X. Y. 

Harry Bates Thayer New York, X. Y. 

Grant Walker Boston 



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REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY XXV11 

Life Memhers 

Samuel Putnam Avery Hartford, Conn. 

Hon. A. Augustine Butterficld Whitingham, Vt. 

Edward Denham New Bedford 

Hon. Elbert Henry Gary ... New York, N. Y. 

Mrs. Warren Joseph Moulton (Helen Winifred Shutc) Bangor, Me. 

Arthur White Tedcastle . Milton 

Mrs. Charles Snow Thayer (Mary Appleton Shute). Hartford, Conn. 

Mrs. Elisha Turner (Nellie Darrow) New London, Conn. 

Resident Members Transferred to Life Membership 
in December 1918 and January and February 1919 

Mrs. George B. Ager (Annie Wallace) Wellesley Hills 

John Watson Alvord Chicago, 111. 

Lizzie Daniel Rose Atkinson West Newton 

Mrs. Luther W. Atwood (Mary Frances Harris-Shaw) South Weymouth 

Lester Manning Bacon Scituate 

John Cogswell Badger Manchester, N. H. 

Joseph Gardner Bartlett Cambridge 

Mark Daniel Batchelder Peoria, 111. 

Mrs. Ebenezer Bishop (Mary Hope Bugbee) . Putnam, Conn. 

Waldo Elias Boardman «. Winthrop 

Harold Lewis Bond Waban 

John Eliot Bowman New Ipswich, N. H. 

Morgan Bulkeley Brainerd Hartford, Conn. 

Annie Hamilton Brown Stoneham 

George Winthrop Brown Chestnut Hill 

Hon. John Freeman Brown Milton 

Philip Greely Brown Portland, Me. 

Thomas Hassall Brown Boston 

Mrs. Henry J. Carr (Edith Wallbridge) Scranton, Pa. 

George Walter Chamberlain Maiden 

Mrs. Walter Greenough Chase (Fannie Scott Hubbard) Boston 

Francis Lane Childs Hanover, N. H. 

Helen Lois Church Boston 

Frank Etheridge Colton Woburn 

Charles Timothy Crane East Braintree 

Mrs. William Howard Crosby (Emma Erskine) . . Racine, Wis. 

Mrs. Harry Eaton Damon (Mary M.) Newton 

Fred Holland Day Norwood 

James Vaughan Dennett Framingham 

Arthur Stone Dewing Belmont 

Frederick Townsley Drake Stoneham 

Richard Henry Winslow Dwight Cambridge 

Richard Ela • . Cambridge 

Edric Eldridge Jamaica Plain 

William Henry Eldridge „ . Twin Falls, Idaho 

Charles Sidney Ensigu, Jr Newton 

Mrs. Wilmot Iloby Evans (Florence Carlton Fowler) . Boston 

Fred Tarbell Field Boston 

Mrs. Frances (Webster) Fish Berkeley, Cal. 

Stanley Griswold Flagg, Jr Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mrs. David Floyd (Belle Augusta Seavey) .... Winthrop 

Mrs. Wendell B. Folsom (Elizabeth Knowles) . Exeter, N. H. 

Mrs. William Trowbridge Forbes (Harriet'e Merrifield) Worcester 

Caleb Jay French Roxbury 

Mrs. Adolph A. Gathemann (Mabel Stewart O'Brion) Brighton 

Arthur Park Gay . * Newton 

George Seymour Godard Hartford, Conn. 

Edward Gray Milton 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Neal) Hanaford Rockford, 111. 

Mrs. Albert T. Hayward (Sarah Jane Hale) . . . Newton Highlands 



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XXVU1 N. B. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETV 

Caroline Hazard Pcaccdale, R. I. 

Frank Tennev Hitchcock Medford 

John Albert Holmes Sornerville 

Julia \Vel>stcr Holt Winchester 

Mrs. Chtrll Harvey Hood (Kathcrinc Wyman East- 
man) ... Sornerville 

Mrs. James Ripley Hooper (Gertrude Fcllowes) Boston 

Byron Barnes Horton Sheffield, Pa. 

Henry Elisha Johnson Melrose 

Arthur Morec Jones Boston 

Scott Jordan Chicago, 111. 

Edward Holmes Kittredgo Arlington 

Frank Bird Lamb Westfield, N. Y. 

Charles Edward Lawrence Medford 

Mark Anthony Lawton Newton 

Sheldon Leavitt, Jr Augusta, Ga. 

Henry Lefavour Boston 

Charles Harrison Littlefield Lawrence 

Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge Nahant 

Percival Hall Lombard Brookline 

Robert Gardner McClung Boston 

Mrs. William L. McKce (Bessie Pardee) .... Boston 

Mrs. Frederick Louis Mahn (Ella Syrene Holbrook) . Cambridge 

John Emerson Marble South Pasadena, Cal. 

Mrs. William Marland (Salome Jane) Maiden 

Charles Frank Mason Watcrtown 

Orra Eugene Monnette Los Angeles, Cal. 

Jennie Glover Moseley Dorchester 

Edward Deering Noyes Portland, Me. 

Mrs. Eliza Ann (Beckwith) Ogden Everett 

Everett Paine Marblehead 

Edward Ludlow Parker Concord 

Commander Henry Earl Parmenter, U. S. N., Retired Boston 

William Woodman Peake Rye, N. Y. 

Bradford Hendrick Peirce Cambridge 

Merritt Greenwood Perkins Newark, N. J. 

Arthur Dunton Perry Dorchester 

Mrs. Arthur Dunton Perry (Louise Constance) . Dorchester 

Alexander Van Cleve Phillips Jamaica Plain 

Henry Byron Phillips Berkeley, Cal. 

Hon. Albert Enoch Pillsbury Boston 

Mrs. Charles S. Pillsbury (Nellie Winston) .... Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mrs. Jessie Alice (Woods) Porter SpringBeld 

Frank Bigelow Priest Littleton 

Lester Marsh Prindle Charlotte, Vt. 

Henry Cole Quinby . New York, N. Y. 

Nelson Osgood Rhoades Los Angeles, Cal. 

Albert Edward Rhodes Wollaston 

Fred Ball Rice Quincy 

Roswell Raymond Robinson Maiden 

Mrs. Waldo Ogden Ross (Ellen Haven) .... - Boston 

Mrs. Francis Bacon Sears (Mary Elizabeth) . Boston 

Mrs. Myrtie Fisher Seaverns Melrose 

Hon. William Paine Sheffield* Newport, R. I. 

Frank M. Sheldon Newton 

Mrs. George Sheldon (Jennie Maria A»-ms) .... Deerfield 

Ruth Slater Webster 

Mrs. Richard W. Smith (Kate H.) ^ Boston 

Charles Henderson Stebbins Everett 

Edwin Henry Stevens West Somerville 

Henry Joseph Stevenson East Boston 

•Died 19 October 1919. 



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REPORT OF THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY X.xix 

Henry Nettleton Sweet Boston 

Arthur (). Taylor BoOMTViBt 

Mrs. Arthur White Tedcastle (Agnes Beville Vaughanj Milton 

Mrs. Albert H. Tetlow (Dora I.) TftUlttoa 

Edith May Tilley Newport, K. L 

R.-iymon Meyers Tingley Bttnok Ontn-, l'a. 

Hon. George Holden Tinkham Boston 

Mrs. Eliza (Wilcox) Toppan NVwburyport 

John Reynolds Totten New York, N. V. 

George Allen Troxell M-dfield 

Mrs. Henry Souther Tufts (Susan Browning Cotton) . Hrookline 

Leonard Tufts Centre Harbor, N. H. 

Ellen Frances Vose Milton 

Robert Churchill Vose Boston 

William Quincy Wales Dorchester 

Hon. John Wingate Weeks Wot NVwton 

Sherman Lcland Whipple . . ., Hrookline 

Albert Henry Whitin Win tins ville 

William Whitman Hrookline 

James Francis Whitney Somerville 

Gerald Gardner Wilder Brunswick, Me. 

Edward Higginson Williams, Jr Andover 

Belvin Thomas Williston Somerville 

William Arthur Wing New Bedford 

Wesley Wyman Shirley 

Resident Members 

Ellsworth Stetson Adams Farmington, N T . H. 

Franklin Harrington Adams Fostoria, Ohio 

Maj. Gen. Francis Henry Appleton, M. V. M., Retired Peabody 

John W. Arnold New York, N. Y. 

John Winthrop Auchincloss New York, N. Y. 

E. Frye Barker (Miss) New York, N. Y. 

George M. Barrell Gloucester 

Samuel Otis Bartlett Hartford, Conn. 

William Austin Brooks Wellcsley Hills 

Mrs. William Francis Brooks (Jessie Isabel Rudolf 

Waterman) Cambridge 

Oscar Calkins Brockton 

Walter Littlefield Came Brookline 

George Washington Greene Carpenter Boston 

Charles Henry Chandler Brookline 

Joseph Horace Clark Boston 

Charles F. Danforth Boston 

Nelson C. Davis Winchester 

Rebecca Dodd Dorchester 

Mrs. James Alanson Eldredge (Jane Jennings) . . . Woods Cross, Utah 

Gilbert Ensign Felch . Somerville 

Mrs. John D. Fogle (Louise Tyrrell) Bourbon, Ind. 

Hon. James Rudolph Garfield West Mentor, Ohio 

James Wells Goodwin Andover 

W T illiam Brownell Goodwin Columbus, Ohio 

Carl Raymond Gray Baltimore, Md. 

Mrs. Albert Clement Hall (Ana Byrd Hall) . . . Stamford, Conn. 

Frederic Davis Hall Somerville 

James Winslow Hall Winslow, Wash. 

Mrs. Paul M. Hamlen (Alice D. Devens) .... Boston 

Willie Edwin Loomis Harding . Newton 

Ruth Ainorette Hatch . ... .... Salt Lake City, Utah 

Mrs. Frank Will Jackson (Bessie Emily Ross) . Springfield 

William Augustus Jones Bo6ton 

Louise Lovell Roxbury 



XXX N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

John Gillette Matthews Bcrca, Ohio 

Manton Mavern k < ShlCBgO, HI 

Lyfonl Ambrose M«:rrow Mald<-u 

Dwight Moon ( Soft r, N. J. 

Mrs. Trabcr Norman (Nettie Adella Hall) .... I^avcn worth, Kana. 

Nclla Jane Pearson W cat Newton 

George Woodman Pratt Newton Outre 

II:irvey Hunter Pratt • u ite 

Lillian Maude Saunders Hjdfl P.trk 

Winthrop S. Scudder tmbridj 

Moyses Rogers Simmons Brooldii 

Mrs. Moyses Rogers Simmons (Ida Maria Blatchford) Brook] 

Charles Sewall Tilton Enduumpotis, Ind. 

Clara Rosanna Walker ... ... Wellealey HilLs 

Mrs. William F. Warden (Eleanor Cotton Denham) . Paris, Prance 

Henry Fitch Ward well Chicago, 111. 

John Warren . . Boston 

Mrs. George Erastus Whitney (Gertrude Capen) . . Augusta, Ga. 

Mrs. Albion D. Wilde (Charlotte Endicott) .... Canton 

Lieut. Col. Marshall William Wood, U. S. A. . . Boise, Idaho 

Mrs. R. A. Wood (Carrie Inman) Cambridge 

Henry Burt Wright New Haven, Conn. 

During the year 1919 there have been added to the rolls of mem- 
bership six Honorary Members, three hundred and two Pilgrim 
Tercentenary Members, eight Life Members, and fifty-six Resident 
Members. Nineteen Resident and Life Members have been trans- 
ferred to Pilgrim Tercentenary Membership, and one hundred and 
thirty-five Resident Members were transferred to Life Membership 
during December 1918 and January and February 1919. Six Pil- 
grim Tercentenary Members died during the year. 

In all classes of membership 372 names were added during the 
year, the largest increase in the history of the Society. The next 
highest records are 176 in 1870, 170 in 1917, 162 in 1913, 155 in 
1847, 142 in 1903, 136 in 1912, 125 each in 1S59 and 1916, 117 in 
1858, 110 in 1911, 107 in 1914, 103 in 1869, and 102 in 1845. On 
31 December 1919 the rolls contained the names of 11 Honorary 
Members, 53 Corresponding Members, 315 Pilgrim Tercentenary 
Members, 448 Life Members, and S35 Resident Members, a total 
of 1662 members. 

There are on the rolls of membership in all classes from 1S44 to 
1919, inclusive, 5394 names, an average of about 72 names per year. 



HEI'OHT OP TIIK TRUSTEES OF THE KIDDEIl UNI) XXXI 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 

KIDDER FUND 



Boston, 31 December 1919. 

Balance on hand, 31 December 1918 $571.05 

Dividend No. 1G, 1 February 1919 225.00 

Dividend* No. 17, 1 August 1919 100.00 

Extra Dividend, No. 18, 18 November 1919 250.00 

Interest 11.29 

$1,157.94 
Books 225.00 

Balance on hand, Merchants National Bank $932 . 94 

The Trustees have received from the Farwell Mills an offer of $329 per share 
for the twenty-five shares of Cabot Manufacturing Company stock repn -mting 
the assets of the Kidder Fund — a total of $8225. Mr. Frederic Kidder, in th.it 
clause of his will establishing the Kidder Fund, has the following to say: "and 
I further desire that said Shares in the said Cabot Manufacturing Company 
may not be sold unless there should be some urgent necessity for it, and then by 
a vote of the Society with the approval of the Judge of Probate for the County 
of Suffolk, and then the proceeds to be carefully re-invested under his direction 
and all future changes of the Fund to be made in the same manner." The 
Trustees have given this offer from the Farwcll Mills careful consideration 
and have decided to reject it. The Kidder Fund will accordingly remain, as 
Mr. Kidder wished that it should, except in case of "urgent necessity," in the 
shares of the Cabot Manufacturing Company, of which he thought so highly. 
His judgment has been amply justified by the event, and the Trustees can only 
hope that their judgment will be equally to the Society's benefit. 

Francis N. Balch 

Wm. Sumner Appleton j 

R. Henry \V. Dwigut 



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XXX11 N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL 80CII 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER 



The Treasurer submits herewith his annual report for thi yar 
ending 31 December 1919. 

Cash on hand, 1 January 1919 $3,100.49 

Receipts for the year S119.S71 .O.'j 

Total Cash Receipts $122,971.', I 

Disbursements for the year $121,639.76 

Cash Balance on hand, 31 December 1919 . . . $1,331.78 

General Income Account 

This Account has been charged with the following items, viz.: 

Society's House, Care and Repairs $1,509.73 

Heating and Lighting 1,405.12 

Interest 2,154.60 

Printing, Postage, and Stationery 1,265.00 

Committee on Papers and Essays 223.34 

Salaries 3,406.61 

Cataloguing 959.33 

Binding 116.34 

Income 9A Ashburton Place 501.42 

Insurance 157.39 

Miscellaneous Expenses 5S9 . 98 

Total charges for the year to this account . . . $12,348.86 

and has been credited with the following, viz.: 

Unrestricted Investment, Income $5,572.39 

Admissions and Assessments 3,219.50 

Genealogies and Miscellaneous Publications . ... 88.77 

Publishing N. E. H. G. Register 795. S5 

Donations 1.332.S9 

Total credits for the year to this account . . . $11,009.40 

Balance to Surplus Account $1,339.46 

Restricted Investment Income 

applied to the following Accounts: 

Books for Library $1,128.90 

Cataloguing 31.42 

Binding 126.37 

Printing N. E. H. G. Register 131.07 

William Sumner Appleton Fund, Entire Income . 8.35 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund, Entire Income . . 5.34 

George Sumner Mann Fund, One-half Income ... 36.81 

Total Restricted Income S1.46S.26 



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XXXIV N. E. historic GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Schedule A 
The following is a detailed statement of all the investments of 

the Society, excepting i\w. Heal Estate: 

BOND Hook Value 

10 American Telephone <Sc Telegraph Co. Collateral 

Trust 4's, due 1 July 1920. Nos. 9760-70, 1045s 02 $10,000 00 

5 Butte Water Co. 5's, due 1 July 1921. Nos. 1171-5 4,000.00 

2 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co. (Illinois 

Div.) 3A's, due 1 July 1949. Nos. 13084-5 . . . 1,880.00 
5 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. Co. 4's, due 1 

Mar. 1958. Nos. 1529-33 4,890.62 

10 Chicago Junction Rys. & Union Stockyards Co. 4's, 

due 1 Apr. 1940. Nos. 1503-12 10,000.00 

4 Chicago, Rock Island <fe Pacific Ry. Co. 4's, due 1 

Apr. 1934. Noe. 3954, 0002-3, 14054 3,890.00 

5 Concord & Montreal It. R. Co. 3Vs, due 1 June 1920. 

Nos. 310-20 5,000.00 

Perc Marquette R. R. Co. Bond Series .... 3,300.00 
2 Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Co. Deben- 
ture 4's, due 1 Sept. 1928. Nos. M30093^i . . . 1,937.50 

5 Massachusetts Gas Co. 4£'s, due 1 Jan. 1929. Nos. 
2824-8 4,950.25 

4 Milwaukee, Sparta & Northwestern R. R. Co. 4's, due 
1 Mar. 1947. Nos. 12308-11 3,760.00 

2 Minneapolis & St. Louis R. R. Co. 5's, due 1 Nov. 

1934. Nos. 3160-7 2,000.00 

4 Missouri Pacific Ry. Co. Collateral 5's ($500.00 each), 

due 1 Feb. 1965. Nos. D 1874-7 2,000.00 

3 New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. (Michi- 
gan Central) 3*'s, due 1 Feb. 1998. Nos. M794-0, 
Registered 2,700.00 

5 New York, New Haven 6c Hartford R. R. Co. 3A's, 

due 1 Mar. 1947. Nos. 4936-40 5,000.00 

3 Northern Pacific & Great Northern R. R. Co. Joint 
4's, due 1 July 1921. Nos. 32401, 92549, 125312 2,808.75 

3 Western Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5's, due 1 Jan. 

1932. Nos. 5048-50 • . . . . 3,000.00 

5 Western Union Telegraph Co. 4Vs, due 1 May 1950. 
Nos. 12304-8 5,000.00 

2 Southern Pacific R. R. Co. 4's, due 1949 .... 1,382.50 

4 New York Telephone Co. G's, due 1949 .... 3,885.00 

3 New York Central <fe Hudson River R. R. Co. 6's, due 

1935 2. 782. 50 

1 Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago &. St. Louis R. R. Co. 

6's, due 1929 9S0.00 

5 City of Copenhagen 5*'s, due 1944 . . . . . . 4,372.50 

2 Northern States Power Co. 5's, due 1941 .... 1,720.00 

3 American Telephone ft Telegraph Co. 6's, due 1925 . 3,003.75 

8 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 5$'s, 
due 1937 7,612.50 

1 Motioning & Shcnango Railway & Light Co. 5's, due 
1920 900.00 

United States Liberty Bonds 8,100.00 

Total Book Value of Bonds, carried fonrard . . ~~ $110,981.87 



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REPORT OF THE TKKASURKR XXXV 

Brought forward HlO.9Sl.S7 

STOCKS Honk Value 

625 shares Austin Water Co., No. 7 $000.00 

50 shares Boston & Maine H. It. Co., <-<>Mim<>n, No. 

B23593 9,805.00 

15 shares Cambridge Gas Light Co., Nos. 4594, 4598, 

5331,5801,6284 2,723 90 

25 shares Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, preferred, 7% 2,800 . 00 

50 shares American Telephone <fc Telegraph Co. 4,926.25 

Total Book Value of Stocks $20,855.15 

MORTGAGES 

Mortgage on Real Estate in Ashmont $3,500.00 

" " " " " 3,500.00 

" " " " at 16 Somerset Street . . . 14,300.00 

" " " " 18 "... 37,500.00 

Total Value of Mortgages $58,800.00 

Total Investment (Book Value) $190,637.02 

Less Cambridge Gas Light Co. Rights .... 37.88 

Total $190,599.14 

Schedule B 
Funds participating in the Income of Investments: 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Memorial Fund $95,810.00 

Life Membership Fund 36,S94.74 

Librarian Fund 12,763.13 

Donors' Free Fund 1,505.00 

Ebenezer Alden Fund 1,000.00 

William Sumner Appleton Fund 273.93 

Walter Titus Avery Fund 950.00 

John Barstow Fund 1,200.00 

Robert Charles Billings Fund 5,000.00 

Robert Charles Billings Book Fund 5,000.00 

Henry Bond Fund 2,500.00 

John Merrill Bradbury Fund 2,500.00 

Edward Ingersoll Browne Fund 1,000.00 

Cheney Memorial Book Fund 427.67 

Jonas Gilman Clark Fund 2,000.00 

Thomas Crane Fund 1,000.00 

Cushman Genealogical Fund 521.97 

Horace Davis Fund 2,^1.25 

Benjamin Franklin Dewing Fund 175.44 

Pliny Earle Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Henry Eddy Fund 36,788.00 

Charles Louis Flint Fund 5,000 . 00 

John Foster Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Edward French Fund 1,000.00 

Jennie B. Fuller Fund 1,925.09 

George Lambert Gould Fund 1,000.00 

Robert Cushman Hunnewell Memorial Fund .... 5,000.00 

Moses Kimball Fund 5,000.00 

Charles Lamed Fund 1,000.00 

Williams Latham Fund 1,000.00 

George Sumner Mann Fund 2,379 . 7G 

Noah Martin Fund 200.44 

Ira Ballou Peck Fund 1,000.00 

Carried forward " 9240,0*6.41 



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lir ought forward $_»l< !_' 

Mary Warren Russell Fund 3,000.00 

Samuel Elwcll Sawyer Fund 4, (XX). 00 

Anne Elisabeth Sever Fund 5,000.01 ) 

Frank Edson Shedd Fund 500.00 

Edmund Farwell Slafter Fund 500.00 

George Plumer Smith Fund 10,000 . 00 

Joseph Henry Stickney Fund 1,000.00 

William Cleaves Todd Fund 11,000.00 

William Blanchard Towne Memorial Fund 3,000.00 

William Blake Trask Fund 500.00 

John Harvey Treat Fund 10,fM).00 

M ehi table Calef Coppenhagen Wilson Fund 500.00 

Robert Charles Winthrop, Jr., Fund 3,000.00 

Cyrus Woodman Fund 1 ,000.00 

Total $203,696.42 

Geoboe L. Gould, Treasurer. 

Auditors' Certificates 

The undersigned hereby certify that they have examined the securities of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society and have found them to be in 
accordance with the lists. 

William S. Richardson 



Boston, 21 January 1920. William E. Stone 

The books and accounts of the Treasurer of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society for the year 1919 have been thoroughly examined; the disburse- 
ments of cash have been compared with the vouchers; the balance of cash on 
hand at the close of the year, $1,331.78, was verified; and all were found to be 

correct. 

William Franklin Hall, C.P.A., 

Boston, 17 January 1920. Accountant and Auditor. 



REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN 

Presented by Rev. Lewis Wilder Hicks, MA. 

NECROLOGY FOR 1919 

[The dates in the first column indicate the years of election] 

Pilgrim Tercentenary Members 

1919 Andrew Carnegie, LL.D., of New York City, was born at Dunferm- 
line, Fifeshire, Scotland, 25 November 1S35, and died at Lenox, 
Mass., 11 August. 

1919 Mrs. Amelia L. (Chapin) Haile, of Springfield, Mass., was born 
at Springfield 22 April 1840, and died at Watch Hill, R. I., 5 
September. 

1919 Chart.es Lang Freer. A.M., of Detroit, Mich., was born at Kings- 
ton, N. Y. f 25 February 1856, and died in New York City 
25 September. 

1919 Newell Sill Jenkins, D.D.S., of New Haven, Conn., was born 
at Falmouth, Mass., 29 December 1S40, and died on the steam- 
ship La France, a few hours before arriving at Havre, France, 
25 September. 



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REPORT OF THE HISTORIAN XXXV11 

1919 Maj. Henry Lee IlioorNSON, LL.D., of DottOO, wtus bom in New 
York City "18 November 1834, and died in Boston It Noveml>er. 

1919 Mrs. Caroline Sumner (Case) Freeman, of Boston, was born in 
Boston 28 May 1856, and died there 20 Novnnlx-r. 

Life Members 

1903 Franelin Pierce Rice, of Worcester, Mass., was born at Marl- 
borough, Mass., 29 July 1852, and died at Worcester 3 January. 

1905 Mrs. Sarah Delina (Ltle) Croplet, of Dorchester, Mass., was 
born at Port La Tour, Shelburne Co., Nova Scotia, 5 February 
1852, and died at Dorchester 24 February. 

1882 Edward Doubledat Harris, of Yonkers, N. Y., was born at Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 20 September 1839, and died at Yonkers 2 March. 

1912 Alexander Cochrane, of Boston, was bom at Bar Head, near 
Paisley, Scotland, 12 May 1840, and died in Boston 10 April. 

1869 James Adams, of Brookline, Mass., a life member since 1870, was 

born at Charlestown, Mass., 17 September 1S38, and died at 
Brookline 16 April. 

1911 Arthur Frederick Estadrook, of Boston, was bora in Boston 

17 May 1847, and died in Porto Rico 27 July. 

1899 Rev. Frederick Howard Means, A.B., B.D., of Brookline, Mass., 
a life member since 1900, was born at Dorchester, Mass., 14 August 
1865, and died at Brookline 10 September. 

1880 Henry Ernest Woods, A.M., of Boston, a life member since 1902, 
was bora in Boston 5 June 1857, and died at Greenfield, Mass., 
11 October. 

1912 Hon. William Paine Sheffield, A.M., of Newport, R. I., a life 

member since 27 January 1919, was born at Newport 1 June 1S57, 
and died at Exeter, R. I., 19 October. 

1870 George Brown Knapp, M.A., of Newton, Mass., a life member 

since 1912, was bora at St. Johnsbury, Vt., 9 April 1S36, and died 
at Newton 21 December. 

Resident Members 

1914 Edward Adams Richardson, of Ayer, Mass., was born at Groton, 
Mass., 24 November 1S59, and died at Ayer 4 January. 

1912 Lieut. John Henry Westfall, U.S.N., of Allston, Mass., was 
, born at West Brighton, N. Y., 12 August 1861, and died at Chelsea, 

Mass., 19 January. 
1918 Ensign George Allen Hunt, U.S.N. , of Wollaston, Mass.. was 
born at Rockland, Mass., 10 September 1S89, and diied in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1 February. 

1913 Ethan Wilcox, of Westerly, R. I., was born at Norwich, Conn., 

5 July 1S41, and died at Westerly 6 February. 

1S85 Rev., Henry Ainsworth Parker, A.M., of Cambridge, Mass., was 
born in Philadelphia, Pa., 19 October 1841, and died at Cain- 
bridge 17 February. 

190S Mrs. Louise Snow (Prosser) Bates, A.M., of Cranston, R. I., 
was bora at Mystic, Conn., 13 May 1S57, and died at Cranston 
22 February. 

1907 Robert Apthorp Boit, A.B., of Brookline, Mass., was bora in 
Boston 29 April 1S46, and died at Brookline 6 March. 



XXXVI11 N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SO< IJ IV 

1906 William Oiun Tabker, of Haverhill, Ma^s., wa.s born at Strafford, 
N. H. f 18 March 1843, and died at Hhv.tI.i11 12 Marrh. 

1918 Charles Sewall Norris, of MH: Mass., «m l>orn at Wenham, 

Mass., 10 April 1871, and died at MclnH- 2»i March. 

1911 William Edward Gould, of Boston, was bora at Portland, Me., 

19 June 1837, and died in Boston 15 April. 

1914 Francis Herbert Stevens, of Wcllesley, Mass., was born at Need- 
ham, Mass., 31 May 1847, and died in Iioston 21 April. 

1913 Horace Parker Chandler, A.M., of Jamaica Plain, Mass., was 

born in Boston 13 September 1842, and died at Jamaica Plain 
7 June. 

1914 Daniel Clifford Stone, of Newton, Mass., was born at KitU-ry, 

Me., 27 October 1871, and died at Newton 9 June. 

1912 Rear Admiral William Swift, U.S.N. , Retired, of Richfield Springs, 

N. Y., was born at Windham, Conn., 17 March 1848, and aied at 
Newport, R. I., 30 June. 

1903 Clayton Wood Holmes, A.M., of Elmira, N. Y., was born at 
Ixj Raysvillc, Pa., 26 September 1848, and died at Elmira 13 July. 

1917 Mrs. Jennie Stetson (Barrell) Woodman, of Lawrence, Maaa., 
was born at Lewiston, Me., 27 September 1864, and died at Rve 
Beach, N. H., 24 July. 

1900 Charles Lyman Newhall, of Southbridge, Mass., was born at 
Spencer, Mass., 1 October 1834, and died at Chelsea, Mass., 6 August. 

1917 Albert Lane Norris, A.M., M.D., of Maiden, Mass., was born at 
Epping, N. H. f 4 March 1839, and died at Brookline, Mass., 
29 August. 

1887 James Henry Stark, of Dorchester, Mass., was born at Mitcham, 
Surrey, England, 6 July 1847, and died in Boston 30 August. 

1917 Wiluam Story Sargent, A.B., of Lexington, Mass., was born in 
Boston 4 October 1842, and died at Lexington 17 October. 

1913 Henry Manley, of West Roxbury, Mass., was born at North Bridge- 

water (now Brockton), Mass., 31 August 1S41, and died at West 
Roxbury 28 October. 

1917 Joseph John Skinner, C.E., Ph.D., of Kenwood, N. Y., was born 
at Putney, Vt., 13 Jan. 1842, and died at Kenwood 12 November. 

1906 Rev. Thomas Franklin Waters, A.M., of Ipswich, Mass., was born 
at Salem, Mass., 12 April 1851, and died at Ipswich 23 November. 

1913 Edward Rivers Lemon, of Sudbury'. Mass., was born at Andover, 
Mass., 22 November 1855, and died at Sudbury 31 December. 

Deaths that occurred in previous years, but not recorded until now 

1916 Harry Wad ley Cumner, of Brookline, a resident member, was 
born at Manchester, N. H., 18 July 1S60, and died at Brookline 
IS May 1917. 

1916 Charles Wellington Burt, LL.B., of Brookline, Mass., a life 
member, was born at Saginaw L Mich., 21 March 1S71, and died 
there 31 July 1917. 

1S99 Ashton Rollins Willard, A.B., of Boston, a resident member, 
was born at Montpelier, Yt., 14 April 1S5S, and died in Boston 
3 October 1918. 

1912 Mrs. Josephine (Drew) Hills, of Boston, a life member, was 
born in Boston IS August 1S40, and died there 29 November 191S. 



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MEMOIRS 

<<K T1IK 

NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

Prepared by Hev. Lewis \Viu>kic Hicks, M.A., Historian 



The following pages contain obituary notices of members who 
died during the year 1919, with the addition of four who died in 
preceding years. The notices are arranged in the order in which 
the deaths occurred. 

1917 

Harry Wadley Cumner of Brookline, Mass., a resident member 
since 1916, was born at Manchester, N. H., 18 July I860, the son 
of Nathaniel Cumner, and died at Brookline 18 May 1917. 

The family came to Boston when he was young, and he became 
a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but did 
not graduate there, preferring to enter upon a business career. 
He started with the Cumner-Jones Company, dealing in tailor 
trimmings, at 90 Chauncy Street, Boston, a firm of which his father 
was the founder; and, when his father died, he succeeded to the 
presidency. The house maintained a Chicago branch, known as 
Cumner, Jones & Company, Inc., of which he became president and 
director. 

Mr. Cumner was president of the Boylston National Bank, a 
trustee and member of the executive committee of the Home Sav- 
ings Bank, a director of the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance 
Company, vice-president and director of the Thayer, McNeil Com- 
pany, and president and director of the Frank W. Greaves Com- 
pany of Minneapolis, Minn. He was a member of the Boston 
Chamber of Commerce, and had been a vice-president and director 
of the old Merchants' Association before it was merged with the 
Chamber of Commerce. 

He was a member of the Boston Art Club, the Beacon Society, 
the Algonquin Club, the Exchange Club, the Brae-Burn Country 
Cltib, and the Boston Athletic Association. He was also connected 
with the Masonic fraternity and held membership in many of its 
organizations. 

The promotion of the interests of his home town occupied much 
of his attention, and for some years he was chairman of the Brookline 
Gymnasium and Bath Commission and had served on the Play- 
ground Commission. He was deeply interested in Red Cross activi- 
ties and in relief work for war sutTercrs. 

He married Nellie Buckingham Pope, daughter of Edwin Pope 

(xxxix) 



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Xl N. E. HISTORIC 01 \] V LOGICAL 80CIKTV 

'of Boston, who survives him, together with three drag) I ■ 

son — Mrs. Andrew Washburn of Brookline, Ml August II. 

Vogel, Jr., of Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. BvereU Perm of Boston, And 

Present t T. Cumner. 

Cf. Dotton Eixnmg Transcript, IS Mny 1917. 

Charlks Wklli.w.ton Burt, LL.B., of Brookline, Mass., a 1; 
member since 191G, was born at naw, Mich.. '_M March L871, 

the son of Wellington K. and Mary Amina (Richardson) Burt, 
and died at Saginaw 31 July 1917. He was a descendant ol Henry 1 
Burt of Roxbury, 1G39, and Springfield, M 1640, through 

Jonathan, 2 Henry, 3 Joseph, 4 Joseph, 5 Luther, 6 Luther, 7 and Well; 
ton R., 8 his father. 

He was graduated at the Michigan Military Academy, Orchard 
Lake, Mich., in 1S89, was a student at Cornell University, 1S9 1-1893, 
and received the degree of LL.B. from that institution in 1893. In 
the same year he was admitted to the Michigan bar. 

Entering business with a lumber concern controlled by his father 
at Ford, Ky., he developed this into a lucrative business, with an 
office at London, England, for export trade. 

He married, 14 October 1898, Mary Bell Halley, daughter of 
Henry Simpson and Alice Hunter (Bell) Halley and granddaugl. 
of Samuel Halley, one of the pioneers and foremost citizens of Ken- 
tucky. Mrs. Burt survives her husband, together with three daugh- 
ters, Alice Amina, Lady Bell, and Marion Stone. 

1918 

Ashton Rollins Willard, A.B., of Boston, a resident member 
since 1899, was born at Montpelier, Vt., 14 April 1858, the son of 
Charles Wesley and Emily Doane (Reed) Willard, and died in 
Boston 3 October 1918. He traced his descent from Maj. Simon 1 
Willard of Cambridge, Concord, Lancaster, and Groton, Mass., 
through Henry, 2 Josiah,' Josiah, 4 Solomon, 6 Josiah Cahoon,* and 
Charles Wesley, 7 his father. 

He was graduated at Dartmouth College, receiving there the 
degree of A.B. with the Class of 1879. 

In 1887 he took up his abode in Boston, but lived abroad from 
1904 to 190S, passing much of his time in Italy. He was an author 
of note, writing on art subjects for magazines and producing several 
books, among which were the following: "Sketch of the Life and 
Work of the Painter Domenico Morclli," Houghton, Mifflin *& 
Company, 1S95; "History of Modern Italian Art." Longmans, 
Green & Company, 189S; and "The Land of the Latins." 1902. In 
this last-mentioned year he was made a chevalier of the Order of 
the Crown of Italy. He was a member of the Boston Authors' Club 
and of the Circolo Italiano. 

He married, 19 September 1SS8, Agnes Fairbanks, daughter of 
Gov. Horace and Mary Elizabeth (Taylor) Fairbanks of Vermont. 
She died 15 March 1910. They had two daughters, of whom the 
elder died in infancy and the younger, Theodora, survives her parents. 



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MEMOIRS xli 

Mrs. Josephine (Drew) Hills of Boston, a life member since 
1912, was born in Boston 18 August 1840, the daughter of Joseph 

Lawrence and Amelia (Smith) Drew, and died the I N ovem ber 
1918. On her father's side she was rifunmdod from Elder William 
Brewster and John Alden of the Mayflower. H«t mother was 
born in England, the daughter of Henry and Jane (Morgan) Smith. 

Mrs. Hills's life was uneventful. Her charities, which many, 

were bestowed quietly and unostentatiously. She had a apeeial 
interest in the New England Historic Genealogical Society, largely 
on account of her husband's deep interest in all that pertained to 
genealogy, and she was a contributor to its building fund in 1912. 
She was a member also of the Society of Daughters of the Revolu- 
tion, by reason of her descent from Sergeant Job Drew. 

She married, 6 September 1877, as his second wife, Thomas Hills 
of Boston, whose first wife had been her sister, Amelia Ellen Drew. 
Mr. Hills, who died 19 September 1910, aged eighty-two years, had 
been a life member of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society since 1897, and was the editor of "The Hills Family in 
America," published in 190C, a book that was largely the result of 
the labors of the late William Sanford Hills of Boston. A memoir 
of Thomas Hills may be found in the Register, vol. 65, page Lxi. 

1919 

Franklin Pierce Rice of Worcester, Mass., a life member 
since 1903, was born at Marlborough, Mass., 29 July 1852, the son 
of Minot and Mary Berry (Felton) Rice, and died at Worcester 
3 January 1919. He was a descendant of Edmund 1 Rice of Sud- 
bury, Mass., through Joseph, 2 Caleb, 3 Jabez, 4 Jabez, 6 Abel, 8 and 
Minot, 7 his father. Among his ancestors in other lines were Rev. 
Samuel Skelton, the first minister at Salem, Mass., and Nathaniel 
Felton of Salem. 

He received his elementary education from his mother, and did 
not enter a public school until he was eleven years old. Even after 
that time his attendance at public schools was not uninterrupted. 
When a young man he intended to enter the medical profession, and 
began the study of chemistry, anatomy, and physiology ; but ad- 
verse circumstances prevented the realization of this plan, and he 
turned his attention to writing historical and biographical sketches 
and to editing, printing, and publishing the records of Massachusetts 
towns, especially those in Worcester County. 

In 1871 he had purchased a small printing-press, which he ex- 
changed within a few months for a better one. A few years later, 
in 18S0, he bought a Columbia press, and used it for more than 
thirty years. As a printer he was self-educated, and did not learn 
the trade by working for any regular printer. By himself and on 
his own press he began the task of preserving in print the vital rec v 
ords of Worcester County towns. 

Many records were printed by Mr. Rice on his own press. Many 
others, including the Worcester town records, which he* edited, were 
published by the Worcester Society of Antiquity, of which he w 



Xlii N. K. HI8TOItI< KAI-OUK'AI, SOCIETY 

one of tin; four founders. Hut his greatest service as a publisher 
of vital records was rendered under tlie pTOVJ of the Vital 

Records Act approved by the (lovernor of Ma>>achuset1 in 1902, 
in accordance with which the Commonwealth undertook to pur- 
chase, at a fixed rate per page, five bundled copies of the prirr 
vital records of each Massachusetts town prior to 1850, provided 
that the books were compiled and published in the manner required 
by certain State officials and that not more than SI 5,000 was spent 
for this purpose in any one year. The New England Historic ( lOnea- 
logical Society, to whose representation! the passage of the Vital 
Records Act of 1902 was chiefly due, entered the field immediately as a 
publisher of vital records, and Mr. Rice, as trustee of the Systematic 
History Fund, together with the Essex Institute, the Topsfield Histori- 
cal Society, and, later, Mr. Thomas W. Baldwin, joined in the work. 
From 1902 until the repeal of the Act in 1918, a period of more than 
sixteen years, 169 different volumes, containing the vital records 
prior to 1850 of 149 Massachusetts towns and a part of the vital 
records of two other towns, were delivered to the Secretary of tin- 
Commonwealth and distributed by him without charge to the public 
offices, libraries, and historical societies entitled under the provisions 
of the Act to receive them. Mr. Rice's part in this important work 
consisted in compiling and publishing the vital records of more than 
thirty towns in Worcester County, the last volumes contributed by 
him to this series of vital records appearing in 1911. Besides his 
painstaking work in compiling and publishing town records Mr. 
Rice was a contributor on his favorite antiquarian themes to news- 
papers and encyclopaedias, and was the author also of "Reminiscences 
of Rev. George Allen," "Life of Eli Thayer," and other work 

In addition to his connection with the Systematic History Fund 
and with the Worcester Society of Antiquity, Mr. Rice was a mem- 
ber of the American Antiquarian Society, the Colonial Society of 
Massachusetts, the Worcester Natural History Society, of which 
he was a director from 1894 to 1909, and the Bunker Hill Monu- 
ment Association, and was a corresponding member of several other 
historical societies. 

Mr. Rice never married. His home life was centred around his 
mother. At the annual meeting of the Colonial Societv of Massa- 
chusetts, in 1919, the following tribute was paid to his memory: 

"Franklin Pierce Rice, an enthusiast by nature in the local history and 
antiquities of his surroundings, whose timely solicitude and personal in- 
dustry have rescued many a valuable town record from oblivion, and 
whose chief claim to his reputation for eccentricity consisted in an unusual 
diligence in the work he loved and a life-long devotion to his mother." 

Edward Adams Richardson of Ayer, Mass., a resident member 
since 1914, was born in that part of Groton which is now Ayer 
24 November 1S59, the son of Joseph H. and Mary A. (Hartwell) 
Richardson, and died at Ayer 4 January 1919. He traced his paternal 
line from Ezekiel Richardson, who was at Charlcstown. Mass.. 
in 1630, and helped in the founding of Wohurn. while on his mother's 
side he was descended from William Hartwell of Concord, William 



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memoirs xliii 

Shattuck of Watertown, .John Whitney, and a 1 1 restore belonging 
to other well-known early New England families. 

He attended the Groton public; schools, was graduated at I^aw- 
rence Academy in 1875, and thru entered Yale College, bill after 

three years he was obliged to leave college on account of illness in 

bifl family. Later he entered the law office of the late Judge ( 'lark 
A. Batehelder at Ayer. Soon afterwards he became ticket agent at 
the local railroad station, and held this position for atxnit five 
years. In September 1887 he moved to Shirley, Mass., to operate 
a cotton mill of which he was the owner. During his residence m 
Shirley he became interested in public affairs and was elected a 
selectman of the town. He returned to Ayer in 1891, although he 
retained his business in Shirley for some time longer. After his 
return to Ayer Mr. Richardson devoted his time to various busi- 
ness and manufacturing interests, to the development of his large 
real-estate holdings, to public affairs, and to literary and historical 
work. He was clerk of the Union Furniture Company and the 
Merrill-James Shoe Company, a trustee of the North Middle 
Savings Bank, and president of the Ayer Board of Trade. He was 
largely instrumental in establishing Camp Devens at Ayer, and helped 
in securing leases of the land for the United States Government. 

Mr. Richardson always manifested a deep interest in public 
matters and took a prominent part in town affairs. For the four 
years following 2 April 1906 he was a selectman of Ayer. He was 
chosen a member of the School Committee in 1913 and a trustee of 
the Ayer Library the same year, holding both offices up to the time 
of his death. He was a delegate to the State Constitutional Con- 
vention from the Twelfth Middlesex District in 1917-18. In politics 
he was a Republican, and had given long and faithful service on 
the Ayer Republican town committee. He was a member of the 
Masonic fraternity and that of the Odd Fellows, and was prom- 
inent in the work of both organizations. 

He was a man of culture, with a love for travel, art, and literature. 
Much of his leisure time was devoted to historical research, and 
he was the author of many articles on local history and also of 
two books, "Moors School" and "The Community," both dealing 
with Groton local history, which were published in 1911. His last 
work, completed only a few days before his death, was the com- 
piling of a list of Ayer men in the military and naval service in the 
World War. He was a member of the Groton Historical Society. 

He married, 24 November 1885, Clara E. Page, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Alfred Page of Ayer. who survives him, together with 
two sons, Alfred P. and Ralph H. Richardson. 

Lieut. John Henry Westfall, U.S.N. , of Allston, Mass., a 
resident member since 1912, was born at West Brighton, N. Y., 
12 August 1861, the son of Taylor Hutchins and Samantha Betsey 
(Wright) Westfall, and died at Chelsea, Mass.. 19 January 1919. 
His father was a son of Abram Westfall and a grandson of Gilbert 
Westfall. Among his ancestors on his mother's side were Klder 
Samuel Wright, Dr. Comfort Starr, and John Gay. 



xliv N. E. HISTORIC 0BMBAL0OKUL society 

He was educated in the public schools of Rochester, N. Y., and 
in naval schools. He entered the United States Navy as an appren- 
tice in 1877, and was promoted to be a gunner by Prmiffanil ( ilevrland 
in 188G. He was in the great hurricane at the Sarnoan Islands, in 
which the U.S. Ship Trenton was among the wr e cked vessels. As a 
result of his experiences at that time he was invalided from eenH 
being placed on the retired list by President Harrison in 1892 beet 
of disabilities contracted in line of duty. He settled in Aliston, 
Mass., and for some years was attendance officer of tin; Boston 
public schools. When the United States entered the World War 
lie was recalled to the naval service and .became commandant of 
the Naval Coal Station at East Lamoine, Me., receiving there his 
commission as lieutenant. He had long suffered from heart trouble, 
and his Last days were spent at the Naval Hospital in Chelsea. 

He was a member and governor of the Founders and Patriots 
of America, of winch he was one of the organizers, of the Society 
of American Wars in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and 
of the Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the Revolution, of 
which he had been recently reelected registrar. He was also a 
member of the Knights Templars and of other Masonic organizations. 

A widow and a young son, John H. Westfall, Jr., survive liiin. 

Ensign George Allen Hunt, U.S.N., of Wollaston, Mass., a res- 
ident member since 1918, was born at Rockland, Mass., 10 Septem- 
ber 1S89, the son of George Harford and Joanna (Reed) Hunt, and 
died in Philadelphia, Pa., 1 February 1919. He traced his descent 
from Enoch 1 Hunt of Weymouth, Mass., through Ephraiin. : 
Ephraim, 8 Thomas, 4 Thomas, 6 Thomas, 6 David, 7 Gridley, 8 and 
George Harford, 9 his father. 

He was educated in the Rockland grammar and high schools 
and at Worcester Academy. He engaged in business, and, while a 
clerk in the Old Colony Trust Company in Boston, he joined the 
United States Naval Reserve in 1917, was made an ensign, served 
as assistant paymaster, and while on duty met with an accident 
which caused his death. 

He married, 1 October 1913, Frances Rachel Eldridge, daughter 
of Lewis William and Minnie (Gray) Eldridge, who survives him, 
together with two children, Dorothy and David Eldridge Hunt. 

Ethan Wilcox of Westerly, R. L, a resident member since 1913, 
was born at Norwich, Conn., 5 July 1841, the son of Silas and Eunice 
(Swan) Wilcox, and died at Westerly 6 February 1919. 

His father died when Ethan was two years old, leaving his wife with 
six children to care for, and Ethan, who was next to the youngest 
child, had few opportunities to secure more than the rudiments of an 
education. But he attended the common schools of Connecticut, 
and, being of a 6tudious nature, was enabled for a time to pursue 
his studies at the high school at Westerly. 

When sixteen years old he entered the employ of the White Rock 
Mill in Westerly, and was soon made the manager of the company's 
store, a position which he held for many years. In 1S77 he started 



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in business for himself at Westerly, conducting ■ MOml merchandise 
store until he was burned out in 1891. He then became BUUlttJSf of 
the Smith Granite Company's store, whew he remained until })• 
called in 1894 to take up the duties of .librarian of the Westerly Public 
Library. He had already become interested in library work many 
years Ixifore, having been in 1882 a member of the n-or^aniiation 
committee of the Pawcatuck Library Association, in 1886 secretary 
of this association, and librarian of the PfcWCStttck Library from 1882 
to 1894, when its books were absorbed in the Westerly Public Library. 
In this new library he served as librarian until 1908, when he was 
made librarian emeritus, and during this period the number of vol- 
umes in the library grew from 5000 to nearly 21,000. He served 
as first vice-president (1903-1905) and president (1907-8) of the 
Rhode Island Library Association, and was for many years one of 
the editors of the Rhode Island Bulletin. He was also a meml>er of 
the American Library Association. 

Mr. Wilcox was much interested in historical matters. He was a 
charter member of the Westerly Historical Society and its president 
since 1914. 

From 1891 till 1901 he served the town of Westerly as overseer of 
the poor, he was superintendent of health from 1894 until 1897, and 
for years was one of the record commissioners. For twenty years he 
was clerk of the First Baptist Church in Westerly, was for a time one 
of its deacons, and was for over twenty-five years superintendent of 
the Sunday School connected with this church. 

He married, 24 November 1864, Ruth Johnson Greene of Wes- 
terly, who died 16 May 1909, daughter of Stephen Allen and Abby 
(Hopkins) Greene. A daughter, Fanny Emma, and a son, Frederick 
Randall Wilcox, survive him. 

Rev. Henry Ainsworth Parker, A. M., of Cambridge, Mass., 
a resident member since 1885, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., 19 Octo- 
ber 1841, the son of William Ainsworth and Mary (Iddings) Parker, 
and died at Cambridge 17 February 1919. He traced his descent 
from Abraham 1 Parker of Woburn and Chelmsford, Mass., through 
Moses, 2 Aaron, 3 Samuel, 4 Abel, 6 Isaac, 8 and William Ainsworth, 7 his 
father. On his father's 6ide his ancestors were chiefly of New Eng- 
land Puritan families, while his mother's ancestors were residents of 
Pennsylvania and Maryland, and were adherents of the Church of 
England, Quakers, and (in one line) Roman Catholics. 

His father was a resident of Philadelphia at the time of the son's 
birth, but soon afterwards removed to Boston, where he was a mem- 
ber of the firm of Parker, Wilder c% Parker, afterwards Parker, Wilder 
& Company. He diep! in 1850, and his widow (Henry Ainsworth 
Parker's mother) removed to Concord, N. H., and a year and a half 
later to Cambridge, Mass. 

Henry Ainsworth Parker was educated at various schools in Bos- 
ton, in Concord, N. H., and in Cambridge, among which was the 
well-known school of Epes S. Dixwell in Boston. He also studied 
under private tutors, among whom were John Noble, James Chase, 
and Albert Stickney. He was graduated at Harvard University, 



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with thi degree of A. B., in L864, and received the e of A. M. 
from the same institution ia L807. He spent three years at theGm- 
eraJ Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in 
New York, graduating there in L867. 

During the year 1867-8 he had charge of a Sunday Srliool aad in- 
structed private pupils in New York, and in September 18(38 went t<> 
Hartford, Conn., where for two years lie was a tutor in the family of 
Mrs. Samuel Colt. He was ordained a deacon by Bishop William-, 
in the Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, 1 Nov. 1870. In 
the fall of 1871 he took charge of the parish of St. Luke, at Bustleton 
in Philadelphia, and continued there until 5 April 1874. He was 
ordained priest by Bishop Stevens in St. Peter's Church, Philadel- 
phia, 21 December 1872. After leaving the parish at Bustleton he 
Spent four months in Albany, N. Y., as temporary assistant at the 
Cathedral. The next winter he passed in New York City, and in 
the spring of 1875 accepted the rectorship of ( hrist Church in North 
Conway, N. H. He retained this charge until February 188G, when 
he resigned it . He had already spent the first five months of 1871) in 
California and the West and the winter of 1884 in Cambridge, where 
he had charge of the mission of the Ascension in East Cambridge. 
This charge he resigned 23 May 1889, but he continued to live in 
Cambridge, holding religious services in various places as occasion 
offered, and studying theology and history. 

He wrote much and printed little, most of that little being in the 
publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, of which he 
was a member. He also contributed articles and letters to The Church 
Journal and The Churchman. 

He married in New York City, 6 December 1870, Mary Seabury. 
daughter of Rev. Samuel; D. D., professor in the General Theological 
Seminary, and Hannah Amelia (Jones) Seabury, and great-grand- 
daughter of Right Rev. Samuel Seabury. She died 2D .May l'.HS. 
Two children, a son and a daughter, died in infancy, but five sons sur- 
vive him: William Ainsworth, A. B. (Harvard, 1890), LL. B. (Har- 
vard, 1905), Gurdon Saltonstall, S. B. (Harvard, 1900), Stanley 
Brampton, Henry Seabury, A. B. (Harvard, 1904), and Reginald 
Seabury Parker, A. B. (Harvard, 1912). 

Cf. Harvard ColleKe. Class of 1864. Secretary's Report. No. 3. 1804-1914. Boston. 1914. 
pp. 109, 110. 

Mrs. Louise Sxow (Prosser) Bates, A. M., of Cranston, R. I., 
a resident member since 1908, was born at Mystic, Conn., 13 May 
1857, the daughter of John Gardner and Maria Louise (Palmer) 
Prosser, and died at Cranston 22 February 1919. She was a de- 
scendant of John 1 Prosser, who was in Stonington, Conn., or Westerly, 

R. I., about 1708, through , l Arnold, 3 John, 4 John Kcnyon, 5 

and John Gardner, 6 her father. On her mother's side she was de- 
scended from the immigrant Walter Palmer of Charlcstown and Reho- 
both, Mass., and Stonington, Conn., and his wife Rebecca (Short). 

She was educated at a private school in Providence, R. I., until she 
reached the age of thirteen years. Then she attended the Bridgham 
Street Grammar School, and was graduated at the Providence High 



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School (Classical Department) in 1877. She was graduated at Bo- 
ton University with the Class of 1881, receiving tin- degree of A. B., 
and she received the decree of A. M. in 189-i from Brown University, 
being the first woman to receive a decree from that institution. In 
1917 she was honored by An election to the Phi Beta Kappa cliapj 
of her abnii mqter, an honor delayed because at the time of her grad- 
uation the society admitted only men to its membership. 

Mrs. Bates was a genealogist by profession. Her interest in genea- 
logical subjects began about 1900 in searching original records for 
data in regard to her own family and that of her husband. She l>e- 
came familiar with the vital records of many States and was skilled in 
deciphering them and in solving intricate problems. Many valu- 
able records which she gleaned from many sources are now on file in 
the Rhode Island Historical Society's building in Providence. 

In 1910 Mrs. Bates was made the "Keeper of Graduate Records" 
of Brown University, a position which she retained until failing health 
in 1918 compelled her resignation. Her chief monument is the "His- 
torical Catalogue of Brown University, 1764-1914," which was 
printed for the celebration of the one hundred and fiftieth anniver- 
sary of that institution. 

For twenty-seven years Mrs. Bates was an officer of the Children's 
Friend Society of Providence, serving for fifteen years of that time as 
its president. She was a member also of the Rhode Island Historical 
Society and of the Newport Historical Society. 

She was married, 3 May 1882, to Francis Eliot Bates, son of Allxjrt 
Greene and Edith Ann (Haydon) Bates, who, together with a daugh- 
ter, Hope Angell, A. B. (Wellcsley College, 1909), wife of Asa Sheldon 
Briggs, Ph.B. (Brown University, 1907), M. D. (Harvard, 1911), sur- 
vives her. Two other children died young. 

Mrs. Sarah Delina (Lyle) Cropley of Dorchester, Mass., a 
life member since 1905, was born at Port La Tour, Shelburne Co., 
Nova Scotia, 5 February 1852, the daughter of Capt. Seth Snow and 
Sophia (Snow) Lyle, and died at Dorchester 24 February 1919. Her 
mother, Sophia Snow, was seventh in descent from Stephen Hopkins 
of the Mayflower, through his daughter Constance, who married 
Nicholas Snow. 

She received her education in a private school at Port La Tour, 
and from private tutors at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and at Quincy 
Point and Marblehead, Mass. 

She travelled extensively, both in this country and in Europe, 
journeyed at various times to and along the western coast of the 
United States, and visited the British Isles and the Continent, in- 
cluding Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. She was a delegate to the 
World's Sunday School Convention in London in 189S. She was the 
author of "Prismatic Thoughts," a work that was published in 1S94. 

She was married, 21 May 1S72, to Jacob Miller Cropley, son of 
John and Louise (Miller) Cropley. Four sons, Eugene Irving, 
Jacob Howard, Walter Lyle, and Ralph Edward Cropley, survive 
her. 



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Edward Douijleday HarBII of Yonkers, N. Y., a life member 
since 1882, was horn at Cunbridfle, Mass., 20 September 1839, tin- 
son of Thaddeus William and Catherine (Holbrook) Harris, an«l died 
at Yonkers 2 March 1919. lie traced his descent from Thomas 1 
Harris, of Boston, through Benjamin, 2 Gary, 1 William,* Thaddew 
Mason, and Thaddeus William,* his father. 

The immigrant ancestor of tin's Harris family, Thomas Harris of 
Boston, baptized in the parish of Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire, 
England, in July 1G37, came to Boston between 1670 and 1G75. Ell 
great-grandson, Capt. William Harris, was a schoolmaster at Charles- 
town, Mass., and an officer in the Revolution. The latter's son, 
Thaddeus Mason Harris, was graduated at Harvard in 1787, received 
the degree of A.M. in course, and was for forty-three years pastor of 
the First Church at Dorchester, Mass. He received from his alma 
mater the degree of S.T.D. in 1813. He died in 1842. He was 
widely known by his published sermons, his works on natural his- 
tory, and his historical and antiquarian researches. Thaddeus Wil- 
liam Harris, son of Thaddeus Mason Harris and father of the subject 
of this memoir, was graduated at Harvard in 1815, took the degree 
of A.M. in course, and received from Harvard the degree of M.D. in 
1820. For seven years he practised his profession as a physician at 
Milton, Mass., and then succeeded Benjamin Peirce as librarian of 
Harvard College, holding this position until his death on 16 January 
1856. He was the acknowledged American authority on entomol- 
ogy and an antiquary of high repute. William Thaddeus Harris, 
son of Thaddeus William and elder brother of Edward Doubleday 
Harris, was born at Milton 25 January 1826, was graduated at Har- 
vard with the Class of 1846, and received the degrees of A.M. and LL.B. 
from Harvard in 1848. In 1849 the degree of M.A. was bestowed on 
him by Yale, Amherst, and Williams Colleges. In spite of physical 
infirmities, from which he had suffered since infancy, he won high 
rank as a scholar and proved himself to be a learned antiquarian and 
genealogist. On 6 August 1845, before he had taken his bachelor's 
degree, he was elected a resident member of the New England His- 
toric Genealogical Society, and in 1849 served as Editor of the Reg- 
ister, then in its third volume, the April, July, and October issues of 
that year being edited by him. In his death, on 19 October 1S54, 
the Society lost one of its most promising members. 

Edward Doubleday Harris was a worthy successor of his grand- 
father, father, and brother in the field of antiquarian and genealog- 
ical research, although the college training which they had enjoyed 
was denied to him. He was educated at the Hopkins Classical 
School and the Cambridge High School, graduating at the latter 
school in 1855. He adopted architecture as his profession, was a 
member of the successful Boston firm of Ryder & Harris for some 
ten years from 1863 on, and went in 1872 to New York City to be 
the private architect and adviser of Alexander Turney Stewart. 
After the death of the latter in 1876 he was employed by the exec- 
utors of Mr. Stewart's estate, and resided in New York City, 
Saratoga Springs, and Brooklyn. 

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his ability as a genealogist, and in the OOUIM of his busy life geneal- 
ogy became his means of relaxation. As a boy, too, he had b660 often 
the companion of his gifted father, and had l>ecomc interested in 
entomology, to which in his later years be turned with wholr-hra: 
zeal, attaining a considerable reputation in BCienoi 

Mr. Harris's genealogical writings and the records collected and 
published by him include "The Vassalls of New England," in the 
Register, vol. 17 (18G3); "An Account of some Descendants of 
Capt. Thomas Brattle," 18G7; "Epitaphs from the Old Burying 
Ground in Watertown, collected by William Thaddeus Harris, 
LL.B., Author of the Cambridge Epitaphs, with Notes by Edward 
Doubleday Harris," 18G9; "A Genealogical Record of Thomas Bas- 
com and his Descendants," 1S70; "A Genealogical Record of Daniel 
Pond and his Descendants," 1873; a memoir of his brother, William 
Thaddeus Harris, A.M., LL.B., in "Memorial Biographies of the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society," vol. 2, pages 294-304 
(Boston, 1881); "Some Account of the Early Streeters of Massachu- 
setts," in the Register, vol. 3G, pages 1G1-1G4 (1882); "Memoir of 
Thaddeus William Harris, M.D.," 1882, reprinted from the Pro- 
cccdings of the Massachusetts Historical Society; "A Copy of the Old 
Epitaphs in the Burying Ground of Block Island, R. I.," 1883; "Rev. 
Peter Thacher's Record of Marriages at Milton," in the Register, 
vols. 36 (1882) and 38 (18S4); "The New England Royalls," in the 
Register, vol. 39, pages 348-35S (1S85), which was reprinted in 
18S5 with important additions; "The Trotts of Dorchester and 
Boston," in the Register, vol. 43, pages 79-SO (1889); "William and 
Anne Robinson of Dorchester, Mass., their Ancestors and Descend- 
ants," 1890; "The Dolbeares of Boston," in the Register, vol. 47, 
pages 24-27 (1893); and "Dorothy Stanton," in the Register, vol. 
48, pages 421-423 (1894). 

Mr. Harris married Katherine Brattle WTieelock, daughter of 
Hiram and Katherine Brattle (Bascom) Wheelock, who survived 
him, together with a daughter, Mrs. William R. Wilson, and a son, 
William Cary Harris of Yonkers. 

Robert Apthorp Boit, A. B., of Brookline, Mass., a resident 
member since 1907, was born in Boston 29 April 1S46, the son of 
Edward Darley and Jane Parkinson (Hubbard) Boit, and died at 
Brookline 6 March 1919. His great-grandfather, John Boit, who was 
born in 1733, died in Boston in 179S. His grandfather, John Boit, 
when a young man, was mate on the American ship that discovered 
the Columbia River in 1792. His mother was the daughter of John 
Hubbard of Boston, who owned large plantations in Demarara. His 
maternal great-grandfather was Thomas Hubbard, who for many 
years (1752-1773) was treasurer of Harvard College. 

He was educated at a private sch'X)! and later at the high school 
at Jamaica Plain, Mass., going from there at the age of fourteen to 
the famous school of Epes S. Dixwell in Boston, where he remained 
four years (1S6GMS64), and then entered Harvard College, where he 
received the degree of A. B. in 1SGS. 

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business at Savannah, Ga., and became I partner in the firm of !'»<»:• 
McKcnzie of that city. In 1ST") he left Savannah, and after a brief 
residence in Newport and New York lie moved, in L878, to BottOO, 
residing in the Longwood section of Brookline. From January 
1S78 to Septemlxir 1878 he was cashier of the United States branch of 
the Commercial Union Assurance Company of Loodoo, at M and 
39 Wall Street, New York City. In SeptemU'r 187S he became i 
of the Boston firm of Crosby & Boit, agents for the ah tamed 

London company, and was afterwards head of the firm of B A. 

Boit & Company. He continued in the insurance business and in 
various trusts until his decease. 

He was a director of the Chicopee Manufacturing Company, the 
Old Boston National Bank, the Commercial Union I ire Insurance 
Company, and the New England Casualty Company, and a trustee 
of the Cushing Real Estate Trust and other trusts. lie had been 
president of the Metropolitan Improvement League, of the Boston 
Dispensary, of the Boston Board of Fire Underwriters, and of the 
Boston Associated Board of Trade. 

He was a member of the Somerset Club, the Boston Athletic Asso- 
ciation, the Tennis and Racquet Club, the University Club, the 
Boston City Club, the St. Botolph Club (of which he had been presi- 
dent), the Harvard Musical Association, the Longwood Grid 
Club, the Bostonian Society, the Harvard Union, the Papyrus Club 
(of which he was formerly president), and the Harvard Clubs of Bos- 
ton and New York. He was also a member of the Citizens' Law 
and Order League, the Young Men's Democratic Club, the Mer- 
chants' Association, and the Verulam Society. 

He was the author of "Eustis, a Southern Love Story," published 
by James R. Osgood <fe Company of Boston. 

He married first, at Savannah, Ga., 15 January 1874, Georgia 
Anderson Mercer, who died 6 December 1878, daughter of Gen. Hugh 
Weedon Mercer of Savannah, formerly of Williamsburg, Va., by his 
wife Mary (Anderson) of Savannah; and secondly, at New Bedford, 
Mass., 20 May 18S6, Lilian Willis, daughter of Nathaniel Parker 
Willis, the well-known poet and editor, of "Idlewild" on the Hudson, 
by his wife Cornelia (Grinnell) of New Bedford. His second wife 
survives him, as do his two children by his first wife, Mary Anderson, 
wife of Dr. Hugh Cabot of Boston, and Georgia Mercer, wife of Walter 
S. Gierasch of Long Island, N. Y., and two ehildren by his second 
wife, Alice, wife of William A. Burnham, Jr., and John Edward Boit, 
A. B. (Harvard, 1912). 

William Orin TASKERof Haverhill, Mass., a resident member since 
1906, was bom at Strafford. N. H., 18 March 1843, the son of Jere- 
miah and Lucy (Chesley) Tasker, and died at Haverhill 12 Mareh 
1919. He was a descendant ol William Tasker, who settled at Dover, 
N. H., in 1675. 

He was educated in the public schools of his native town and of 
the city of Lowell, Mass. His love of music led him to the study of 
the pianoforte and organ, and for several years he was a teacher of 
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in Haverhill, a business from which he retire. 1 in L£90 to devote lus 
time to the management of his immediate [ Hal interest*. In 

1892-3 he served on the Board of Aldermen uml later was a member 
of the School Board of Haverhill. He was prominent in Masonic 
circles, was a member of the Haverhill Historical Society, tad - 
hibited a keen interest and a sound judgment in all public question*. 
He married, 30 January 1873, Augusta Kdgerly of Noithwood, 
N. EL, who survives him. 

Charles Sewall Norris of Melrose, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1918, was born at Wenham, Mass., 10 April 1871, 
the son of George. Everett and Abbie C. (Garvin) Norris, and 
died at Melrose 26 March 1919. He was a descendant of Rev. 
Edward Norris, the third minister in Salem, Mass., who succeeded 
Roger Williams. 

He moved with his parents to Maiden, Mass., when he was about 
ten years old, and attended the public schools there. He was grad- 
uated at the Maiden High School in 1890, and in the following year 
became connected with the Maiden Savings Bank as one of its incor- 
porators. He was teller there until 1 August 11)07, when he became 
treasurer and trustee of the Home Savings Bank in Boston, and held 
this position until his death. 

Mr. Norris was a musician of note. He had played as an organ- 
ist in the Universalist Church and also in the Baptist Church at 
Maiden, and after removing from Maiden to Melrose Highlands in 
1907 he was a member and organist of the Congregational ( 'hurch in 
the latter place. He was at one time secretary of the Cecilia Society 
of Boston. He also attained distinction in Masonic circles. 

He married, 29 May 1895, Emma Frances Brown, daughter of 
Lewis P. and Frances Rose Brown of Maiden, who was educated at 
Boston University and died on the morning of the day on which Mr. 
Norris passed away. They left three children, Caroline F., Edward, 
and Carl B. Norris. 

Alexander Cochrane of Boston, a life member since 1912. was 
born at Bar Head, near Paisley, Scotland, 12 May 1S40, the son of 
Alexander and Margaret (Rae) Cochrane, and died in Boston 10 April 
1919. He traced his descent, on the maternal side, from Archibald 
Douglas, Earl of Angus, who was famous in Scottish history and fig- 
ures as one of the characters in "Marruion."- 

Mr. Cochrane's father was a manufacturing chemist, and came to 
this country from Scotland in 1849. He settled in New Jersey, going 
later to Billerica, Mass., where Gov. Thomas Talbot was his junior 
partner in business. 

The younger Alexander Cochrane began as a young man to make 
himself useful in his father's chemical manufactory at Billerica. He 
attended public schools there, as well as a private school in Lowell, 
receiving scholastic training which was of benefit later in his business. 
Under his father's direction he became a student of practical chem- 
istry at Billerica, and was soon admitted to the firm of A. Cochrane 
& Company, which, in 1SS3, became incorporated as the Cochrane 



lii X. E. HISTORIC O EN* E A LOGICAL SOCIETY 

Chemical Company. Mr. Cochrane wai made president of this 
Company, and held this position until \\\< death. 

His work as a director of various telephone companies and their 
development forms an interesting chapter of his business life. He 
became a director of the New England Telephone Company on its 
formation in 1878 and of the National Bell Telephone Company the 
following year. A year later he was made a director of the Amen 
Bell Telephone Company. In 1890 he became a director of the Amer- 
ican Telephone and Telegraph Company. Mr. Cochrane continued 
as a director of these organizations and as a member of various execu- 
tive committees, and in 1900 he served as acting president of the 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company until a permanent 
president could be chosen. 

Mr. Cochrane had also many other business interests. He had 
been a director of the Eliot National Bank, the Chicago, Burlington 
& Quincy Railroad, and the Boston & Lowell Railroad, a director 
and vice-president of the New England Trust Company, and a direc- 
tor of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, the New- 
England Navigation Company, the Boston & Maine Railroad, the 
Maine Central Railroad, and the Massachusetts Electric Compan- 
ies. He had been president of the Manufacturing Chemists' Asso- 
ciation of the United States, and had served as president of the 
Board of Trustees of the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1902-1915. 

He long served as a vestryman of Trinity Church, Boston, and was 
chairman of the committee which had charge of the building of the 
impressive porch and western tower in 1894. He was also one of 
the committee on the Phillips Brooks memorial monument on the 
church grounds. He was chairman of the committee of Boston mer- 
chants by which the money was raised for the former building of the 
Young Men's Christian Association on Boylston Street, and was 
also on the building committee. In all his various positions, both 
public and private, he rendered valuable service. 

He was a member of the Somerset Club, the Union Club (of which 
he had been vice-president), the Thursday Evening Club, the Brook- 
line Country Club, the Long Point Shooting Club on the Canadian 
shore of Lake Erie, the Canaveral Club in Florida, the Restigouche 
Salmon Club in Canada, and other clubs and organizations. He had 
travelled much abroad, and found relaxation from his business inter- 
ests in golf, fishing, and shooting. He was deeply interested in lit- 
erature and art, and his fine library in his residence on Commonwealth 
Avenue was his favorite place in his leisure hours. At Pride's Cross- 
ing, Mass., he had a summer home. In politics he was a Republican. 

The Boston Evening Transcript, in an editorial article, speaks of 
hini as follows: 

"He was a man of unusual charm. Born a Scot and of a famous lineage, 
Mr. Cochrane was deeply interested in all matters pertaining to his native 
land. He spent his leisure hours in his excellent library, and there 
his friends found him at his best as a courteous host and an agreeable con- 
versationalist. He knew Europe intimately, and as a traveling companion 
he ranked with many whose merits have been celebrated in literature." 

Mr. Cochrane married, 24 March 1869, Mary Lynde Sullivan, 



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who died in August 1 9 1 <S , daughter of the late John Langdon and 
Mary (Lynde) Sullivan of Maiden, Mass. Bight children survive 
him: Alexander Lynde, Mrs. Lmdsley Loring (Charlotte Cochrane) 
of Westwood, Mass., Mrs. George U. Fearing, Jr. (Hester Cochrane), 
Francis Douglas, Mrs. F. Murray Forbei (Marjorie Cochrane), 
James Sullivan, Mrs. Howard G. Cushing (Ethel Cochrane; of N 
York City and Newport, EL L, and May Cochrane. 

Cf. Doalon Evening Transcript. 10 April 1919. 

William Edward Gould of Boston, a resident member since 
1911, was born at Portland, Me., 19 June 1837, the son of Edward 
and Althea (Chase) Gould, and died in Boston 15 April 1919. He 
was a descendant of Mager Gould of Ipswich, Mass., through Mager, 
Nathaniel, and Edward, his father, and he numbered also among his 
ancestors Aquila Chase of Newbury, Mass., and Experience Mitchell. 

He was educated in the Portland High School and at Gould's 
Academy, Bethel, Me. 

When twenty-one years old, following the traditions of his family, 
he accepted the position of cashier in the First National Bank of 
Portland, which he built up to be the leading bank of Maine. He 
was organist, when a young man, of the Third Parish Church, and 
was for some years president of the Hayden Society of Portland. He 
also led an amateur orchestra and choral society in his spacious 
residence at Deering, Me. He founded, and was first executive offi- 
cer of, the Portland Society of Art. He founded also the Wood fords 
Congregational Church, and often occupied pulpits in Maine. 

After his retirement from business Mr. Gould devoted much of 
his time to genealogical investigation and writing. He was the 
editor of Tlie Chase Chronicle, the organ of the Chase-Chace Family 
Association, the issue of this publication for April 1919 l>eing his 
last editorial effort. He wrote the history of the Gould, Chase, 
and Maynard families, and presented illustrated copies to the Maine 
Historical Society, the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
and the Gorham (Me.) Historical Society. He was also the author 
of many papers and addresses on various subjects, such as banking, 
music, ecclesiastical customs, migrations of families, historical 
anniversaries, and the like. 

He married, 27 April 1S59, Emma Maynard Dow, who died 22 
February 1918, daughter of Hon. Neal and Maria Cornelia Durant 
(Maynard) Dow. Two of his five children survive him: Alice May- 
nard, wife of Everett W. Pattison, a leading attorney of St. Louis, 
Mo., and Neal Dow Gould of Portland. 

James Adams of Brookline, Mass., elected a resident member in 
1SG9 and made a life member in 1S70, was born at Charlestown, 
Mass., 17 September 183S, the son of James and Pamelia Wynian 
(Skilton) Adams, and died at Brookline 10 April 1919. He was 
descended from Henry 1 Adams, the ancestor of the famous Adams 
family of Massachusetts, who settled at Braintree, through Edward 2 
of Medfield, Mass, Elishib* of Bristol, Elishib, 4 Elishib.* Chester, 6 
and James, 7 his father. 



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He lived in Charles! own until 1SSS, when be moved to Brookline. 
He was associated with the Bunker Hill National Bank from 1S55 
to 1874, for most of that time as cashier. In 1875 he baaanM the 
cashier of the Blackstone National Bank, remaining connected with 
it until its dissolution in 1900, when he was its president. In 1907 
he became vice-president of the Warren Institution for Savings, 
and was for a time its president, an oflice which had been bald both 
by his father and his grandfather. He served as a trustee of the 
Charlestown Public Library from 1868 to 1871, and was president 
of the Charlestown Common Council in 1870. 

Mr. Adams was deeply interested in historical and genealogical 
research. He was a member of the Bostonian Society, the Brookline 
Historical Society, and the Bunker Hill Monument Association, 
and belonged to the Masonic fraternity. 

He married at Charlestown Emma Kendall Tufts, who survives 
him, together with four children, Mrs. Eugene P. Edwards of Ston- 
ington, Conn., Mrs. Frederic C. Paffard of Brooklyn, N. Y., Pamelia 
S. Adams, and James Adams, Jr., A.B. (Harvard, 1905), of Brookline. 

Francis Herbert Stevens of Wellesley, Mass., a resident mem- 
ber since 1914, was born at Needham, Mass., 31 May 1847, the 
son of Augustus.and Ann Eliza (Fuller) Stevens, and died in Boston 
21 April 1919. He was a descendant of Thomas 1 Stevens, through 
Thomas, 2 Cyprian, 3 Cyprian, 4 Ephraim, 5 Ephraim, 6 Timothy, 7 and 
Augustus, 8 his father. 

He was educated in public and commercial schools, and began 
his business career with the Prescott Insurance Company of Boston. 
His industry and ability won for him steady advancement, until 
he was made president of the company. In 1888 the accounts of 
the Prescott Company were transferred to the North British Mer- 
cantile Company, and Mr. Stevens was made its representative in 
Boston, a position which he held until his death. 

He was recognized as one of the leading insurance men in Boston. 
Executive offices were repeatedly offered to him, but he always de- 
clined them, although he served on committees of the Boston Board 
of Underwriters and the Boston Protective Department. 

In Wellesley he was most highly regarded as a leading citizen, 
whose opinion carried great weight in civic affairs. He did not 
care for office, but he served on a committee which planned and 
superintended the erection of the Wellesley High School building. 
He was a member of the Society of the Sons of the American 
Revolution. 

He married, 17 November 1S69, Frances Ida Alden, who died 
in 1917, daughter of Lorenzo and Frances Jane (Barnard) Alden. 
A granddaughter, Elizabeth Wight, child of his deceased daughter, 
the wife of Malcolm G. Wight, survives him. 

Horace Parker Chandler, A.M., of Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
a resident member since 1913, was born in Boston 13 September 
1S42, the son of Peleg Whitman and Martha Ann Bush (Cleaveland) 
Chandler, and died at Jamaica Plain 7 June 1919. He traced his 



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descent from Edmund 1 Chandler of Duxbury in the Plymouth 
Colony, through Joseph, 2 Joseph, 1 Philip, 4 Peleg, 1 Fefeg, 1 and IVleg 
Whitman, 7 his father. Peleg Whit man Chandler, a Bowdoin gradu- 
ate of the Class of 1834, was the author of "American Criminal 
Trials," and his wife was the daughter of the distinguished 
Bowdoin professor, Parkpr Clcaveland. 

He was prepared for college at the Boston Latin School, and 
graduated with the degree; of A.B. at Harvard University in the 
Class of 1864, receiving lus degree of A.M. from the same institu- 
tion in 18G7. In the autumn of 1864 he removed to Chicago, 111., and 
began the study of law, but poor health soon compelled him to 
relinquish his ambition to become a lawyer. The following year he 
engaged in the publishing business, the firm name being E. B. Meyers 
& Chandler, Law Publishers. He remained in Chicago as a pub- 
lisher until June 1868, when he returned to Boston. While living 
in Chicago he was a regular correspondent of the Boston Daily 
Advertiser, a paper in which his family had an interest for many 
years. He sailed for England in July 186S, and remained abroad 
until November. Returning to Boston, he opened an office, 1 Jan- 
uary 1869, as a real-estate and mortgage broker, and established 
his residence at Jamaica Plain. From 1875 on he was corresponding 
secretary of the Boston Port and Seaman's Aid Society, and since 
1899 he had edited The Mariner's Advocate, the Society's publica- 
tion. In the summer of 1883, during an extended tour in the north 
of Europe, as far as St. Petersburg, he wrote letters that appeared in 
the Advertiser. He also wrote for many years for the Boston Evening 
Transcript over the signature of "Orac," and in 1884 and 1885 he 
edited and published Every Other Saturday. He had written, ever 
since leaving college, more or less for the daily and weekly press 
and for magazines. In the course of the years 1891-1S96 he com- 
piled an anthology in six volumes, entitled "The Lovers' Year 
Book of Poetry," which was published by Roberts Brothers of 
Boston. 

He was a member of the Boston Art Club, the Boston Athletic 
Association, and the Boston City Club. He was a Republican in 
politics and a Swedenborgian in religion. 

He married, 15 August 1S65, Grace Webster Mitchell, who died 
27 January 1915, daughter of James Henry and Lavinia IJathaway 
(Angier) Mitchell and granddaughter of Judge Nahum Mitchell, 
the historian of Bridgewater, Mass. Five children survive him: 
Cleaveland Angier Chandler of Brookline, Mass., Grace and Ellen 
Chandler of Jamaica Plain, James Mitchell Chandler of Philadel- 
phia, Pa., and Peleg Whitman Chandler of Brookline. Another son, 
Whitman Mitchell Chandler, died before his father. 

Daniel Clifford Stone of Newton, Mass., a resident member 
since 1914, was born at Kittery, Me., 27 October 1871, the son of 
Gregory and Anne Jenkins (Bueknam) Stone, and died at Xewton 
9 June 1919. He traced his descent from Dea. Gregory 1 Stone of 
Cambridge, Mass., through David, 2 Daniel, 3 Gregory, 4 Gregory, 5 
Gregory, 6 Daniel, 7 and Gregory, 8 his father. In a genealogy com- 



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piled by J. Gardner Bartlett and published recently by the Stone 
Family Association the ancestral line in England of Deft. Gregory 
Stone has been proved for several generations. Mr. BtOM was 

also descended from Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower. 

A year after his birth his parents removed to Boston and eleven 
years later to Brockton, Mass., and he received oil education in 
the public schools of the two cities and was graduated at the Brock- 
ton High School in 1889. 

For the next four years he was engaged in experimental electrical 
and photometrical work in the development of incandescent electric 
lighting, at that time in its infancy. He then. spent several. months 
at sea in similar experimental work in the service of the International 
Marine Company. In 1894 he became a commercial traveller in 
the tea, coffee, and spice trade, his occupation for twenty-five years. 
For several years he covered New England and the State of New 
York, and in 1916 secured an important assignment of Pennsylvania 
territory, with headquarters at Scranton, as representative of the 
old Boston house of Dwinell-Wright Company, with which he had 
been connected since June 1905. 

For many years he had been enthusiastically interested in his 
family history, and recalled with pleasure the fact that his ancestral 
line had been represented in every American war from the time of 
the "First Encounter" of the Pilgrims with the Indians in 1620 
down through the Civil War. While on his business trips he often 
devoted leisure time to collecting family records, and he made ex- 
tensive investigations which showed that the blood of Dea. Gregory 
Stone flowed in the veins of nearly one-half of Captain Parker's 
band of sixty men who fired the first shots on Lexington Common, 
on the morning of 19 April 1775. In 1910 he published a brief 
genealogy of his own line of the Stone family, which had perpetu 1 
ated the name of Gregory and had been settled for more than two 
hundred years at the old homestead in Lincoln, Mass. Since 1908 
he had been a member of the Stone Family Association, and on 20 
June 1914 he entertained his fellow members in an excursion to 
this ancestral home, delivering an interesting historical account of 
it, which was afterwards published by the Association. In 1914, 
also, he was appointed a member of a committee for the publication 
of the "Gregory Stone Genealogy," and in 1917 was appointed 
manager for the sale of the work. 

He was a member of the Massachusetts Society of the Sons of 
the American Revolution, and the Massachusetts Society of May- 
flower Descendants. He had long been identified with the Masonic 
fraternity and was a member of several lodges of the order. He 
was also a member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen and 
of the Boston Council of the United Commercial Travelers of Amer- 
ica. From 1889 to 1S94 he was a member of Battery I, First 
Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. In religion he 
was a Congregationalism He resided successively in Brockton, 
Winthrop, Dorchester, Medford, and Newton, Mass. 

He married first, at Brockton, Mass., 19 April 1S94, Nellie Rena 
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and Alice (Hudson) Richardson; and secondly, at Somcrville, Mass., 
12 April 1905, Annie Creighton Eaton, daughter of John I in- 
and Margaret (Ray) Eaton, who survives him, together with tlu 
children, Alice Hudson Stone and Gregory Bucknam Stone, cliil- 
dren by his first wife, and John Eaton Stone, hi.s son by his second 
wife. 

Cf. Gregory Stono Geno&loicy. PP- 754-755. 

Rear Admiral William Swift, U.S.N., Retired, of Richfield 
Springs, N. Y., a resident member since 1912, was l>orn at Windham, 
Conn., 17 March 1848, the son of William and Harriet Gray (Byrne) 
Swift, and died at Newport, R. I., 30 June 1919. He traced his 
descent from William 1 Swift, who came to New England about 1G30, 
through William, 1 Jireh,* Rowland, 4 William, 6 Justin, 6 and William, 7 
his father. He also numbered among his ancestors Gov. William 
Bradford of the Plymouth Colony and Rev. John Robinson of 
Leyden. 

He was graduated from the United States Naval Academy with 
the Class of 1867. He was promoted to the rank of ensign in 1868, 
master in 1870, lieutenant in 1871, lieutenant commander in 18S9, 
commander in 1897, captain in 1902, and rear admiral in 1908. I If 
was placed on the retired list on account of age in 1910. 

As a young officer he served on the old Kearsarge, the Colorado, and 
the Susquehanna. From 1894 to 1897 he was executive officer of 
the armored cruiser New York, was with the European squadron 
at the time of the opening of the Kiel Canal, and served also on 
the Indiana, commanded by Capt. Robley D. Evans. Between 
1900 and 1902 he was in command of the Prairie, the Concord, and 
the Yorktovm, and acted for six months as governor of Guam. In 
1906 he commanded the Connecticut. 

From 1886 to 1890 he was on ordnance duty at the Washington 
Navy Yard, and for four years thereafter he was in Philadelphia, 
Pa., on leave of absence, as engineer for various corporations. In 
1894 he was at the Newport War College. During the Spanish- 
American War he was ordnance officer at the New York Navy Yard, 
and from 1902 to 1906 he was on duty in the Bureau of Ordnance 
and as a member of the General Board and Army and Navy Joint 
Board. He was commandant of the Boston Navy Yard from 1907 
to 1909, and while stationed there he made a report on the manage- 
ment of navy yards which resulted in his appointment by Secretary 
George Von L. Meyer as head of the so-called Swift Board, which 
investigated and reported on the whole subject of the reorganization 
of the Navy Department. The recommendations of the Board were 
approved, and the departmental system adopted at that time was 
the forerunner of the Office of Naval Operations which was later 
established in permanent form by Congress. After his retirement 
in 1910 he was for a number of months adviser to Secretary Meyer 
on navy yards and on industrial affairs in the Navy. 

Admiral Swift was a member of the Military Order of the Loyal 
Legion, the Society of Mayflower Descendants, the University 
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Clubs of Washington, and lie was president of the Riohfield Springs 
Country Club, in which he took a graft! interest. 

He married, 18 September Istj, (iraoe Virginia Ransom, who 

died 10 1906, daughter of Commodore ( icor^e Marecllufl Ransom, 
U.8.N., and his wife, Jane Sybilline (Manley). Five children sur- 
vive him: Virginia Swift of Richfield springs, Pauline, wife of Com- 
mander Frederick A. Asserson, of the Medical Corps, U. 3, X.. 
Madeleine Gray, wife of Commander George l\ Anld. r. s. X., 

Justin Ransom Swift, vice-president and general manager of I 
Franklin Manufacturing Company of Franklin, Pa., and William 
Garfield Swift, assistant president of the Clark Car Company of 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Clayton Wood Holmes, A.M., of Eimira, N. Y., a resident 
member since 1903, was born at Le Raysville, Pa., 26 September 
1848, the son of Daniel and Lois (Wood) Holmes, and died at Eimira 
13 July 1919. His paternal ancestor was George Holmes, who was 
an early resident of Roxbury, Mass., and his mother was a descend- 
ant of William Wood, who settled at Concord, Mass. 

He was prepared for college at the Susquehanna Collegiate Insti- 
tute in Towanda, Pa., and at the Cortland Academy in New York, 
and was graduated at Lafayette College in 1869, receiving the degree 
of A.M. from the same institution in 1872. He afterwards took a 
course of lectures at the University of Pennsylvania. 

From 1872 to 1876 he was engaged in the drug business En Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. In January 1877 he removed to Eimira, where he con- 
ducted a wholesale drug and manufacturing business until 1S84. 
In 1885 he erected a spacious factory, where he was engaged until 
his death in the manufacture of Frostilla, a widely-known toilet 
preparation. 

In 1883 Mr. Holmes was elected an alderman of Eimira, and 
performed the duties of this office with marked fidelity until 1885. 
He was also a member and first president of the Eimira W'ater 
Board and a member of the Board of Education. He was a pub- 
lisher and business manager of the Eimira Advertiser from 18S9 
until 1905, president of the Hygeia Refrigerating Company and 
the Chemung Valley Loan Association, and vice-president of the 
Eimira Cooperative Savings & Loan Association. In loan and 
savings association work he was an expert, and was frequently 
asked to deliver lectures in various cities before conventions of 
promoters of loan associations. He was at one time vice-president 
of the New York State League of Savings and Loan Associations. 
For a number of years he was a director and vice-president of the 
First National Bank of Canton, Pa., and held responsible positions 
in other organizations. 

He was a member of the New York Genealogical and Biographical 
Society, the Society of American Wars, the Military Order of the 
Loyal Legion, the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 
and the Sons of Veterans. He was also prominent in the Masonic 
fraternity, and a leading official in the First Baptist Church of 
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Mr. Holmes was a convincing writer, and articles from his pen 

on various subjects appeared from time to time in the Elmira papers. 

lie published "A Genealogy of the Lineal Descendants of William 
Wood, who settled in Concord, Mass., in IMS," and "A Genealogy 
of the Lineal Descendants of John Stcevens." A few years ago he 
secured the (lata regarding the military prison which was located 
in Elmira in 1864-05, and which held about 12,000 prisoners during 
the fifteen months of its existence. 

He married, 2 November 1871, Charlotte Steevens, daughter of 
Zerah Beach and Thirza (Allison) Steevens, who survives him, 
together with a daughter, Flora Lois, now the wife of Floyd Shoe- 
maker of Elmira, and four grandchildren. 

Mks. Jennie Stetson (Barrell) Woodman of Lawrence, Mass., 
a resident member since 1917, was born at Lewiston, Me., 27 Sep- 
tember 1864, the daughter of William Alden and Hannah Mendel] 
(Stetson) Barrell, and died at Rye Beach, N. H., 24 July 1919. 
She was a descendant of William 1 Barrell of Scituate, Mass., through 
William, 2 William, 3 James, 4 George W., 6 and William Alden, 6 her 
father. She was a descendant also of William Brewster, John Alden, 
and Richard Warren of the Mayflower. 

She was educated at the Lawrence High School, where she was 
a member of the Class of 1883, at Bradford Academy, and at the 
New England Conservatory of Music. 

Three years after her marriage to Mr. Woodman she went with 
her husband to London, where they resided for many years. Her 
energetic nature found much to do there, and she early joined the 
American Society, to aid in the success of which she gave much 
time and work.- With her husband she travelled widely over Europe, 
living a considerable time in Paris, where she made an exhaustive 
study of the French language. She also did much creditable work 
in water-color painting. 

After returning to America Mr. and Mrs. AVoodman made their 
home for ten or more years in Boston. For a time she was regent 
of the Betsey Ross Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion, and brought to this office the full force of her nature, a ripe 
experience of the world, and an intense interest. 

She was married, 9 November 1887, to George Henry Woodman, 
who survives her, son of Elijah Manley and Susan Merrill Woodman. 

Arthur Frederick Estabrook of Boston, a life member since 
1911, was born in Boston 17 May 1S47, the son of James Adams 
and Louisa S. (Hill) Estabrook, and died in Porto Rico 27 July 
1919. He was a descendant of Rev. Joseph 1 Estabrook, the colleague 
and successor of Rev. Edward Bulkeley in the pastorate of the church 
at Concord, Mass., through Joseph, 2 John, 3 Nehemiah, 4 Eliakim, 5 
Endor, 6 and James Adams, 7 his father. 

He was educated at Belmont, Mass., and at an early age entered 
the employ of Brewster, Sweet A Company, bankers, of Boston. 
His natural aptitude and strict integrity gained for him the con- 
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lie reached the position of partner, the firm name being Brewster, 
Cobb & Estabrook. He afterwards acquired § wide reputation as 
a banker, and at the time of his death was senior iiiciiiImt of tin* 
firm of Estabrook <fc Company, bankers. He was also firm prCMlrtciflt 
of the Real Estate Exchange and Auction Board, first vice-president 
of the New England Conservatory of Music, and a trustee; of Clark 
University, Worcester, Mass., the Brewster Free Academy, Wolfe- 
borough, N. H., and the Massachusetts General Theological library. 
He was a member of the corporation of the Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, treasurer of the Homoeopathic Hospital, a member 
and trustee of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, a memlxjr 
of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, and a life 
member of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and of the American 
Museum of Natural History in New York City. He was a Re- 
publican and a Unitarian. 

He was a member of the Unitarian Club, the Boston City Club, 
the Algonquin, Union, and Exchange Clubs of Boston, the Tedesco 
Country Club of Swampscott, the Eastern Yacht Club, and the 
Colonial Club of Cambridge. 

He married, 8 October 1874, Ida Florence Fletcher, who survives 
him, daughter of J. Varnum and Mary Ann Fletcher of Belmont. 

Charles Lyman Newhall of Southbridge, Mass., a resident 
member since 1900, was born at Spencer, Mass., 1 October 1S34, 
the son of Otis and Sarah Dana (Lamb) Newhall, and died at the 
Soldiers' Home in Chelsea, Mass., 6 August 1919. He traced his 
descent from Thomas 1 Newhall, who landed at Salem, Mass., in 
1630 and soon afterwards settled in Lynn, through Thomas, 2 Thomas, 3 
Daniel, 4 John, 6 Allen, 6 Reuben, 7 and Otis, 8 his father. 

He was educated in the Spencer public schools. In the summer 
of 1848 he went to Springfield, Mass., to learn the printing business, 
but became homesick in three weeks and went home. In October 
of the same year he shipped on the Leonidas, an old whaler com- 
manded by Captain Gifford, and sailed from Fairhaven, Mass., 
on a voyage full of hardships. At Mauritius he deserted the ship, 
and was brought back to the United States on the U. S. Ship Plym- 
outh, arriving at Norfolk, Va., 2S January 1851. For a few months 
he again tried the printing business, this time at West Brookfield, 
Mass.; but in 1852 he went back to the fife of a sailor and followed 
it until the summer of 1857, on many different ships that sailed to 
many parts of the world. He then entered the employ of Sidney 
Clarke, in the office of the SouOibridge Press. While there he pub- 
lished, in 1859, "The Adventures of Jack," an account of his own 
adventures as a sailor, and also the Saturday Morning News, a small, 
short-lived weekly paper. He afterwards entered the employ of 
James T. McKinstry, in the painting business, in which he con- 
tinued until the outbreak of the Civil War, when he enlisted at 
Boston, 29 April 1861, in the United States Navy, being the first 
man to enlist from the town of Southbridge in the war for the preser- 
vation of the Union. He sailed in the U. S. Ship Minnesota, and 
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Hatteras Inlet, N. C, 29 August 1801. The admiral of the fleet 
soon appointed him to be printer on his flagship, the first appoint- 
ment of the kind, which was followed, however, by many other 
appointments of a like nature. The Aftwmoni was one of tin' ships 
attacked by the Merrimac in Hampton I toads in March ls«j-j, and 
was saved by the timely arrival of the Monitor. Mr. Newhall served 
in the Navy until his discharge on 28 April 1864, Bad then, after 
working for a short time as a painter at Laeonia, N. H., enlisted in 
the Navy in August for another term of three years. He sailed 
on the U. S. Ship San Jacinto, which was wrecked on a reef among 
the Bahama Islands, 1 January 1865. For a time thereafter he 
acted as naval printer at Key West and Pensacola, Fla., and in 
June 18G7 received his discharge from the Navy. For some time 
he was connected with newspaper printing offices in various cities 
of Florida and in Savannah, Ga., and then entered the Government 
Printing Office at Washington, where he remained until 1873. He 
then went back to Southbridge, and, after many vicissitudes as a 
printer in various places, he helped in starting the Southbridge 
Herald and, a few years later, the Southbridge Press. After that he 
worked as a spare hand for the Southbridge newspapers. 

In 1899 Mr. Newhall published 'The Record of My Ancestry," a 
book of over two hundred pages on the Newhall family and many 
other families from which he was descended, in which the adventures 
of his early career are narrated. 

He was a Mason, and a member of the Grand Army of the Repub- 
lic, the Kearsarge Association of Naval Veterans, the Boston Council 
of the American Protective Association of the Universalist Church, 
and the Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. 

He married, 20 September 1866, Josephine Emily Augusta Robin- 
son, who died at Worcester, Mass., 5 February 1880, daughter of 
Thomas and Rebecca (Trimble) Robinson. Her father, Thomas 
Robinson, was a native of Portugal, and his name was originally 
Jose* Alessandra; but the captain of an American whaler, on which 
Jose* Alessandra sailed, gave to him the name of Thomas Robinson, 
which he ever afterwards retained. Mr. and Mrs. Newhall had 
three daughters, of whom the first two died in infancy and the 
third, Florence Dana Newhall, born at Washington, D. C, 31 
December 1872, was married, 25 April 1896, to Isaac S. Thompson 
of New York, and is now deceased. 

Albert Lane Norris, A. M., M. D., of Maiden, Mass., a resident 
member since 1917, was born at Epping, N. H., 4 March 1S39, the 
son of Greenleaf Rufus and Lucinda (Lane) Norris, and died at 
Brookline, Mass., 29 August 1919. He was a descendant of Nicholas 1 
Norris, who settled in Hampton, N. H., in 1640, through Moses, 2 
James, 3 Simeon, 4 Lowell, 6 and Greenleaf Rufus, 6 his father. 

He was a student in Phillips Exeter Academy, 1S55-1857, and 
in 1865 received the degree of M. D., after a three years' course 
in the Harvard Medical School. In 1S90 Wiley University conferred 
on him the honorary degree of A. M. 

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the United States Army. Later he travelled in Europe, and studied 

in hospitals in Berlin, Vienna, Edinburgh, and London. For forty- 
four years he practised his profession in ( 'amhridge, Mass., and in 
1910 turned his practice over to his son, Dr. Albert P. Norris. 

Dr. Norris was a member of the Maiden Historical Society and 
of various medical societies, and was a delegate to the Tenth Inter- 
national Medical Congress in Berlin in 1890. Be was always an 
enthusiastic worker in the Grand Army of the Republic, and was 
a member of the Massachusetts Commandery and of the Military 
Order of the Loyal Legion. He had been a worker, also, in the 
Sunday schools, particularly in that of the Bromfield Street Method- 
ist Episcopal Church in Boston. At the time of his death he was 
a member of the Centre Methodist Episcopal Church in Maiden. 

He married, 29 May 1873, Clara Elizabeth Perley, who was born 
at Laconia, N. H., 3 July 1848, and died at Cambridge 5 May 1909, 
daughter of John Langdon and Dora Prescott (Rundlett) Perley. 
His three children, Albert Perley Norris, S. B. (Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, 1897), M. D. (Harvard, 1903), of Cam- 
bridge, Clara Maud Norris, and Grace May Norris survive him. 

James Henry Stark of Dorchester, Mass., a resident member 
since 1887, was born at Mitcham, co. Surrey, England, 6 July 1847, 
the son of John Henry and Mary Elizabeth Ann (A'Court) Stark, 
and died in Boston 30 August 1919. 

Mr. Stark was of Scottish ancestry. His great-grandfather, 
James Stark, came into England from Scotland in the eighteenth 
century, and settled at Shepton-Mallett, co. Somerset, where he died 
2 December 1829. He left ten children, one of whom, Joseph, bora 
in 1797, came to Boston about 1820 and died there in 1879. He 
owned a house on Congress Street, and was the last resident of that 
street. James Stark's eldest son, James, was born at Taunton, co. 
Somerset, 24 September 1785, and died at Shepton-Mallett 29 Octo- 
ber 1843. He married Mary Willmott, second daughter of Abraham 
Willmott of Pilton, co. Somerset, and was the father of four children. 
His youngest child, John Henry Stark, father of the subject of this 
memoir, was bora at Shepton-Mallett 4 June 1823, and died at 
Savin Hill, Dorchester, Mass., 19 February 1885. He married 
Mary Elizabeth Ann A'Court, who was bora at Bridgwater, co. 
Somerset, England, 28 February 1824, and died at Shepton-Mallett 
30 August 1849, daughter of Thomas Cook and Mary Ann (Davis) 
A'Court. John Henry Stark was a graduate of Queen's College, 
Cambridge, and was a teacher of languages. 

Until he was nine years of age James Henry Stark was brought 
up by his maternal grandfather, Thomas Cook A'Court, at Shepton- 
Mallett, where he attended a primary school. In 1S56 his father, 
who had taken up his abode in the United States, went back to Eng- 
land for him and brought him to this country. In that same year 
he was admitted to the Hawes Branch Grammar School in South 
Boston, and afterwards attended the Lincoln School and later, for a 
short time, the Boston Latin School. 

In 1864 he left school and began to learn the trade of stereotyping 



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and eleotrotvping. In 1870 he went into business for hinnoif at the 
corner of Water and Congress St nets, where the post office DOW 
.st amis, but in the great fire of 187'J the building PF1I blown up and 
Mr. Stark lost nearly everything. Be then had recourse to htfl i~a- 
vorite pastime, yachting, and for two and a half years gave his time 
to this sport, both in summer and in winter. In the winter of 1873-4 
he and two companions made a memorable cruise, sailing from 
Boston to Florida and return in the Crosby, a 2G-foot cat bo The 

next winter he sailed with a party of adventurers in a 35-ton schooner 
to South America, and explored French and Dutch Guiana in search 
of gold, discovering the first gold in the latter colony. On his return 
he went into business again, and opened a stereotype and electrotype 
foundry at 171 Devonshire Street, Boston. In 1877, in association 
with William H. Mumler, the inventor of the photo-electrotype pro- 
cess, he established the Photo-Electrotype Company, which was 
among the first companies in this country to make engraved plates 
by photography. He was the president of this company, and after 
Mr. Mumler's death in 1884 continued in this business until 1900, 
when he sold his interest and engaged in the real-estate business, 
with offices at 17 Milk Street, Boston. 

Mr. Stark's interest in yachting was shown not only by the cruises 
which he made but also by his activity in founding yacht clubs. In 
1868 he was one of the founders of the South Boston Yacht Club, 
the second yacht club to be organized in Massachusetts, and was 
elected commodore on his return from the Florida cruise. In 1879, 
when he moved from South Boston to Savin Hill, Dorchester, he 
organized the Savin Hill Yacht Club, of which he was commodore 
for several years. He was a founder also of the Rock Hill Yacht 
Club, and became its commodore in 1913. He travelled much. 
Almost every winter in the twenty years following 18S4 was spent 
by him in the West Indies, and on one journey he visited Panama 
and the ports of Central America, returning to Boston via California 
and the West. He went to Labrador one summer, and he made 
many voyages to Europe, travelling in the British Isles and on the 
Continent. 

Mr. Stark was at one time vice-president of the Dorchester Histor- 
ical Society, which he had helped to organize, and of the Victorian 
Club and president of the British Charitable Society and of the 
British-American Association. He was a member also of the United 
Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada. He was a Republican, 
and belonged to the Masonic fraternity. 

He was the author of several guide books and historical works, 
among them the "Stranger's Guide to Boston," 1881, "Antique Views 
of Boston," 1SS2 (second edition, 1900), "History of Boston Har- 
bor," "History of and Guide to the West Indies" (a series of six vol- 
umes, dealing with Bermuda, the Bahama Islands, the Caribbean 
Islands, Jamaica, and British Guiana), "The British and Dutch in 
South Africa" (a pamphlet concerning the Boer War), and "The 
Loyalists of Massachusetts." In this last-mentioned book he at- 
tacked the motives and character of the leading Revolutionary 
patriots in Massachusetts, and brought down upon himself a storm of 



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Ixiv N. E. HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY 

opposition from native Americans, especially from members of patri- 
otic and historical societies. 

He married in St. Matthew's Church, South Boston, 23 DtOQO 
187G, Kate Manton, daughter of William S. Manton of Birmingham, 
England, by his wife, Jane (Mitchell) of Kingston, Canada. Mrs. 
Stark survives her husband, together with three daughters, Jane 
Evelyn Stark, Elizabeth Isabel, wife of Dr. Morton Snow, and 
Mildred Manton, wife of Alfred Vinal Kidd. 

Mrs. Amelia L. (Chapix) IIaile of Springfield, Mass., elected 
a Pilgrim Tercentenary member in 1919, was born in that part of 
Springfield which is now Chicopee 22 April 1840, the daughter of 
Ethan Samuel and Louisa (Burns) Chapin, and died at Watch 
Hill, R. I., 5 September 1919. 

She was educated at Miss Porter's School, Farmington, Conn., 
and later in Paris, France. 

Mrs. Haile was a woman of sound judgment and of attractive 
social qualities, and was a great help to her husband in his political 
career, which began in 1864, when he was elected for the first time 
as a member of the New Hampshire Legislature. Mr. Haile was 
mayor of Springfield in 1881, later represented his district in the 
Massachusetts Legislature, and was Lieutenant-Governor of Massa- 
chusetts during the years 1890, 1891, and 1892. 

Mrs. Haile had been for many years a member of the First Con- 
gregational Church in Springfield, and was deeply interested in 
religious and charitable objects there. 

She was married, 1 January 1861, to William H. Haile, then of 
Hinsdale, N. H., and later of Springfield, a manufacturer, who rose 
to prominence in Massachusetts politics, as mentioned above, and 
died 13 February 1901. Mrs. Haile's son, Henry Chapin Haile, 
and her daughter Alice, wife of Cheney H. Calkins, both of Spring- 
field, survive her. Henry Chapin Haile succeeds his mother in 
her Pilgrim Tercentenary membership in the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society. 

Rev. Frederick Howard Means, A.B., B.D., of Brookline, 
Mass., elected a resident member in 1899 and made a life member 
in 1900, was born at Dorchester, Mass., 14 August 1865, the son 
of Rev. James Howard and Charlotte Abigail (Johnson) Means, 
and died at Brookline 10 September 1919. He was descended from 
Thomas Means or Maynes of Stewartstown, Ireland, through Isaac, 
James, and James Howard, his father. 

He attended no school until he was ten years old. Then he was 
a pupil for three years at the Gibson Grammar School and after- 
wards for six years (1878-18S4) at the Roxbury Latin School, where 
he was prepared for Harvard University, from which he received 
the degree of A.B. with the Class of 1888. In 1891 he received 
the degree of B.D. from the Yale Divinity School, having completed 
the three years' course there. The preaching and influence of Phillips 
Brooks had much to do with his choice of the ministry as a profes- 
sion, although, after considering the advisability of entering the 



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Protestant Episcopal Church, he decided in favor of the Congrega- 
tional ministry. 

In September 1892 he became acting pastor of the Congregational 
Church at Windham, Conn., and was ordained to the ministry 
and installed as pastor of this church on 2 May 1893. After a pas- 
torate of ten years at Windham, he lived for six years at Winchester. 
Mass., supplying pulpits in various places, and then, in 1909, he be- 
came pastor of the Congregational Church at Madison, Me. For 
several years he served as executive secretary of the Mission Educa- 
tion movement in New England. For four years (from 1898 on) he 
was a trustee of Atlanta University, Atlanta, Ga., and for a year 
previous to his death he had been a member of the staff of the 
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 

He married at Winchester, 25 May 1893, Helen Chandler Coit, 
who died 25 December 1912, daughter of Rev. Joshua Coit of Brook- 
field, Mass. Three sons survive him: Paul Howard Means, a student 
in the Harvard Medical School, Gardiner Coit Means, and Winthrop 
Johnson Means, a student in Harvard College. 

Charles Lang Freer, A.M., of Detroit, Mich., elected a Pil- 
grim Tercentenary member in 1919, was born at Kingston, N. Y., 
25 February 1850, the son of Jacob It. and Phoebe Jane (Townsend) 
Freer, and died in New York City 25 September 1919. He was of 
Huguenot ancestry, and his first American ancestor was one of the 
original patentees of New Paltz, N. Y. 

He was educated in the public schools of Ulster County, N. Y., 
and received the honorary degree of A.M. from the University of 
Michigan. At the age of eighteen he became the accountant and 
paymaster of the Ulster & Delaware Railroad, his duties requiring 
him to make frequent trips through the Catskill Mountains; thus his 
early working years were spent in an environment of natural beauty, 
the influence of which helped to confirm his early taste for the 
beautiful and to develop an appreciation of the beautiful in art. 
When twenty-one he became accountant and, later, treasurer of a 
small railroad in Indiana, and. three years later he engaged in the 
manufacture of railway cars and equipment, with the company 
named the Peninsula Car Works, in Detroit. He acquired a small 
interest in the business, was made secretary, and during the next 
twenty years accumulated a considerable fortune. Upon the organi- 
zation of the American Car <fc Foundry Company, his company was 
one of thirteen companies taken over by the larger organization, 
and he retired from active business. 

He now devoted his time to indulging his taste for art and to 
increasing his collection of paintings and etchings, which had already 
become famous. As early as 18S0 he had begun collecting American 
etchings, and added to them by derjees the works of a few leading 
painters. When specimens of early Japanese art were offered for 
sale in America, he determined to make a study of that field and 
to add a choice and select representation of Japanese art to his 
collection. Thus the Freer Art Collection is confined almost en- 
tirely to works of American and Asiatic schools. By 1905 nearly 



lxvi N. E. HISTORIC GKNK A LOGICAL 

two thousand specimens of American and Oriental art had been 
acquired. In a letter to President Roosevelt, dated 14 December 
1905, Mr. Freer offered to present his entire collection to the Smith- 
sonian Institution or to the United States Government, and to 
bequeath the sum of $500,000 with which to erect a building for 
the future care and exhibition of the collection. This amount was 
afterwards increased to SI, 000,000, and the collection is an annex to 
the National Art Gallery, but is under the supervision of the Smith- 
sonian Institution. Mr. Freer afterwards added to the collection, 
which is one of the finest in this country, containing the largest 
collection of Whistler's works in existence, some of the best works 
of Sargent, Abbott H. Thayer, Tryon, Winslow Homer, T. W. Dew- 
ing, and other noted American painters, more than a thousand speci- 
mens of Chinese and Japanese painting, fifteen hundred pieces of 
ancient pottery from the East, many rare manuscripts, and other 
works of art of inestimable value. 

Mr. Freer was a member of several clubs, chiefly those devoted 
to art, in the leading cities of the United States, such as Boston, 
New York, Detroit, and Chicago. He never married, and his niece, 
Louise Freer of Kingston, N. Y., succeeds him in his Pilgrim Tercen- 
tenary membership in the New England Historic Genealogical Society. 

Newell Sill Jenkins, D. D. S., of New Haven, Conn., elected 
a Pilgrim Tercentenary member in 1919, was born at Falmouth, 
Mass., 29 December 1840, the son of Charles Weston and Phebe 
(Bishop) Jenkins, and died on the steamship La France, a few hours 
before arriving at Havre, France, 25 September 1919. He traced 
his descent from John Jenkins of Plymouth, 1643, and later of 
Barnstable, and his grandfather, Weston Jenkins, served as a captain 
of Artillery during the War of 1812 and captured the British privateer 
Retaliation. 

Dr. Jenkins received his professional education at the Philadelphia 
Dental College, the Jefferson Medical College, and the Baltimore 
Dental College, where he was graduated in 1862, the subject of his 
dissertation being "Anaesthesia." 

He began the practice of dentistry at Bangor, Me. In 1S66 he 
established himself as a dentist in Dresden, Saxony. In succeeding 
years he travelled extensively in Austria-Hungary, Italy, Russia, 
the Balkan regions, Turkey, and Greece, building up a great inter- 
national practice. His last years of active dentistry were spent 
in Paris, where he received a few patients who would not let him 
retire. He returned to America in 1915 and devoted himself to 
research work in New Haven. He invented various ways of using 
porcelain in dental work, and devised and gave to the dental pro- 
fession the formula for the preparation of the widely-used Kolynos 
Dental Cream. 

Dr. Jenkins was decorated by King Albert of Saxony with the 
Albrecht Order and was given the title of "Hofrath" and, later, 
"Geheimrath," on his seventieth birthday, when representatives 
from European dental societies came to Paris to present him with 
valuable gifts, medals, addresses, and honorary memberships. 



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He had read extensively not only in English literature but also 
in that of other countries, and found in riding and driving his fa- 
vorite forms of outdoor recreation. 

He was a member of several societies and clubs, among which 
were the Lotus Club of New York City and the Archaeological Insti- 
tute of America. J 

He married in Bangor, Me., Clara Upton, daughter of Kliaa 
Augustus Upton, a shipowner and merchant. Mrs. Jenkins sur- 
vives him, together with three children, Leonard Abbot Jenkins, 
Nora Cornelia, wife of Theodore Leslie Shear, and Grace Madeline, 
wife of Francis C. G. Gregor. Leonard Abbot Jenkins succeeds to 
his father's Pilgrim Tercentenary membership in the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society. 

William Story Sargent, A.B., of Lexington, Mass., a resident 
member since 1917, was born in Boston 4 October 1842, the son of 
Rev. John Turner and Charlotte Sophia (White) Sargent, and died 
at Lexington 17 October 1919. He was a descendant of William 1 
Sargent of Gloucester, Mass., who was born at Bristol, England, and 
was called William Sargent "the second" to distinguish him from an 
older William Sargent of Gloucester, through Epes 1 of Gloucester 
and Salem, Mass., Daniel, 3 John Turner, 4 and Rev. John Turner,* 
A.B. (Harvard, 1827), A.M. (Harvard), his father. He was a cousin 
of Gen. Horace Binney Sargent and William Wetmore Story, and 
the renowned Chief Justice Story was his great-uncle, his mother 
Charlotte Sophia (White) Sargent, being a daughter of Joseph and 
Eliza (Story) White of Salem. 

In his early childhood he was taught by Louisa M. Alcott, the 
authoress, who at that time kept a private school. Afterwards he 
attended the Brimmer School in Boston, where he was graduated, 
and then was prepared for college at the Boston Latin School, grad- 
uating there in 1862. He entered Harvard with the Class of 1866, 
but left college in the middle of his sophomore year to join the 
Union Army. In 1910, however, he received from Harvard the 
degree of A.B., as of the Class of 1866. * 

On 24 February 1864 he enlisted for three years or for the duration 
of the war, and on 2 April following was mustered into the service 
as a private in the Fifty-ninth Regiment of Massachusetts Volun- 
teer Infantry, which formed a part of the Third Brigade, Third Divi- 
sion, afterwards the First Brigade, First Division, Ninth Army 
Corps, in the Army of the Potomac. He rose to be corporal, sergeant, 
first sergeant, and finally lieutenant in the Fifty-seventh Massa- 
chusetts Regiment, into which a remnant of the Fifty-ninth Massa- 
chusetts Regiment had been incorporated. He saw much hard 
fighting in Virginia in 1864 and 1865, taking part in the Battles of 
the Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, North Anna, and Cold 
Harbor, and the engagements at the "Crater" before Petersburg, 
Hatcher's Run, Fort Stedman, and other operations around Peters- 
burg. He was honorably discharged from the service on 30 July 
1S65, and was mustered out on 2 August 1865. 

Owing to a dangerous illness lasting. a year and a half, which was 



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contracted in camp and broke out immediately after his discharge 
from the Army, he was obliged to give up his inte nti on of returning 
to Harvard and completing his college course; and after recovering 
from this illness he went West in 1807 and became a bookkeeper 
with the firm of Gore, Willson & Company, wholesale boot and shoe 
dealers, at St. Louis, Mo. In 1868, when the St. I /mis branch of the 
business was given up, he was transferred as bookkeeper to tin- 
Chicago branch of the same house. Later, however, in the same 
year he severed his connection with this firm and returned to Boston. 
On 1 December 1809 he entered the service of the United States 
Government, having been appointed to a clerkship |in the United 
States Subtreasury in Boston. Here he remained for nearly half a 
century, as specie clerk and money counter. 

Mr. Sargent married, 25 January 1869, Henrietta Peirce Hall, 
daughter of Edward Fitch and Mary Ellen (Peirce) Hall. The 
marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Edward Everett Hale, 
assisted by Ilev. John Turner Sargent, the father of the bridegroom. 
After his marriage he resided at West Medford, Mass., in a house 
which belonged to his wife's family and which later descended to 
her. This house was his home continuously for forty-five years. 
The death of his wife in 1911 and that of a maiden sister in 1914, 
who made her home with him, left him alone, and he therefore re- 
moved to Lexington, 24 September 1914, to make his home with his 
only surviving son, Edward Hall Sargent. His other child, William 
Story Sargent, Jr., was already deceased. 

Henry Manley of West Roxbury, Mass., a resident 'member 
since 1913, was born at North Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass., 
31 August 1841, the son of Salmon and Iza Annette (Howard) Man- 
ley, and died at West Roxbury 28 October 1919. He traced his 
descent from William Manley, through Thomas, Daniel, Daniel, 
and Salmon, his father. He was a descendent also of Mary Chilton 
and Francis Cooke of the Mayflower. Both his grandfather and his 
great-grandfather were soldiers in the Revolutionary War, and his 
father was a soldier in the War of 1812. 

He was educated in the district schools of North Bridgewater, 
in the Bridgewater Academy, and in the State Normal School at 
Bridgewater, graduating from the last-named institution in 1860. 

He served in the Civil War in Company K, Third Massachusetts 
Infantry, in a nine-months' campaign, 1862-3, holding the position 
of corporal in the company. He was a civil engineer, entered the 
office of the city engineer of Boston as assistant engineer 16 February 
1869, and was connected with the engineering department of the 
city until his retirement on 28 July 1911, having been identified, 
during his long period of service, with many public improvements. 

Mr. Manley published sundry professional papers and reports, 
and wrote the history of Co. K that appeared in the history of the 
Third Massachusetts Infantry published by the State of Massa- 
chusetts in 1906. 

He was a member of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, of 
which he was treasurer for twelve years and at one time president, 



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MEMOIRS lxix 

a member and director of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 
a member and president of the Massachusetts Highway Association, 
and a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, the t¥e§t Roxbury 

Citizens' Association, the Highland Club of West Unxhury, the 
Massachusetts Civil Service Association, the Boston City Club, 
and the Masonic fraternity. I or twelve years he was treasurer 
of the First Parish (Unitarian) Society of West Roxbury, and for 
twenty-five or thirty years he was a trustee of the parish fund 

He married, 6 November 1867, Susan Elizabeth Marshall, daugh- 
ter of Perez and Elizabeth (Tisdale) Marshall, who survives him, 
together with three sons, I^aurence Bradford Manley of Philadelphia, 
Pa., Howard Tisdale Manley of Mexico, and Henry Manley, Jr., 
of New York, all civil engineers. His oldest child, a daughter, 
died in infancy. 

Joseph John Skinner, C. E., Ph. D., of Kenwood, N. Y., a resident 
member since 1917, was bora at Putney, Vt., 13 January 1842, the 
son of John Langdon and Harriet Hayes (Noyes) Skinner, and died 
at Kenwood 12 November 1919. 

Both his parents were original members of the Oneida Commu- 
nity, and his early days were spent in the Community at Oneida, 
N. Y. His schooling was obtained in the private school of the 
Community, where he was prepared for the Sheffield Scientific 
School of Yale University. From Yale he received the degree of 
Ph.B. in 1869, and then continued his studies there, serving also as 
tutor and instructor. In 1874 he received from Yale the degree of 
C. E. and in 1876 that of Ph. D. 

He remained at Yale as instructor in mathematics, astronomy, 
and French until 1880, when he went to New Britain, Conn., to 
take the position of treasurer and manager of the American Electri- 
cal Company, then only a year old, which shortly thereafter became 
the Thompson Houston Electric Company. In 1883 this company 
moved its factory from New Britain to Lynn, Mass., and Dr. Skinner 
moved to Boston. In the fall of 1884 he resigned his position with 
the Electric Company in order to carry on some experimental work 
in physics at Cornell University with Professor Anthony. In 1885 
he accepted a position in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
and remained there as instructor and afterwards as assistant pro- 
fessor of mathematics until he retired from teaching in 1904. The 
later years of his life were spent in travel and study. 

Dr. Skinner aided Gen. Francis A. Walker in the preparation of 
the Statistical Atlas of the Ninth Census of the United States, and 
he was the author of various articles dealing with astronomy and 
physics, most of which were published in scientific magazines. 

He was a member of the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, the Connecticut Academy of Science, several college 
and university clubs, including the Yale Club of New York, and the 
Society of the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York. 

Dr. Skinner married, 7 January 1872, Sophronia Ann Bailey, 
who died in 1908. One son, Capt. Theodore H. Skinner of Ken- 
wood, survives him. 



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Rev. Thomas Fkanklin Waters, A. ML of Ipswich, Mass., a 
resident member Hincc 1900, was horn at Salem, Mass., 12 April 
1851, the Hon of Thomas Shales and Mary Abigail (< "ook) Wafers, and 
died at Ipswich 23 November 191!'. 

He was educated in the public schools of Salem, at Harvard 
College, where he received the degree of A. B. in 1872, Mid .'it the 
Andover Theological Seminary, where he was graduated in 1875 
He received the honorary degree of A. M. from Harvard in 1000. 
He served the Congregational Church at Edgartown, Marti 
Vineyard, as minister from August 1875 until March 1878, and on 
1 January 1879 he was installed as pastor of the South Congn 
tional Church, Ipswich, resigning this pastorate in 1!>< 

Mr. Waters was the founder and president of the Ipswich His- 
torical Society, and was secretary of the South Essex Congn na- 
tional Ministers' Society. During the World War he was active 
as a speaker for the Liberty Loans and served on several war-time 
committees. For the past ten years he devoted much time to writ- 
ing books on Colonial history, and lectured in various parts of New 
England on the early history of the Massachusetts Hay (Jolony. 
His writings include the following: "Historical Address on the 140th 
Anniversary of the Organization of the South Church, Ipswich," 
31 July 1887; "Historical Sketch of Essex South Association and 
Salem Association of Congregational Ministers," 1893; "Historical 
Sketch of Essex South Conference of Congregational Church* 
1896; "Sketch of the Life of John Winthrop, the Younger," 1900; 
"Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony," 1905; and "Augustine 
Heard and his Friends," 1916. Several historical monographs by 
Mr. Waters appeared in the Publications of the Ipsunch Historical 
Society. He was a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society 
and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Science 

Mr. Waters married at Edgartown, 26 March 1879, Adeline 
Melville Orswell, daughter of George Burbank and Harriet Beetle 
(Marchant) Orswell, who survives him, together with a daughter, 
Miriam Orswell, B.A. (Mount Holyoke College, 1905), wife of 
Roland Elbert Titcomb of Ipswich, and a son, George Franklin 
Waters, A.B. (Harvard, 1908), of Fall River, Mass. 

Mrs. Caroline Sumner (Case) Freeman of Boston, elected a 
Pilgrim Tercentenary member in 1919, was born in Boston 28 May 
1856, the daughter of James Brown and Laura Lucrctia (Williams) 
Case, and died there 26 November 1919. Her marriage to James 
Goldthwaite Freeman took place in Weston in June 188S. Theirs 
was the first wedding in the new stone church of the old First Parish, 
the pavement in the porch, made of small stones collected at the 
seashore by the children of the church, not being finished until the 
morning of the wedding. 

The three children of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman died in early child- 
hood, and Mr. Freeman died in 1912. 

With the exception of occasional journeys South, to California, 
and to Europe, all of Mrs. Freeman's life was spent in Boston and 
Weston. Of late years most of her time was passed at her home 



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in Weston, where her many friends were welcome, and with them 

she liked to share her pleasure in her garden Rod in her woaderful 

western view. 

She was deeply interested in the Boston Lying-in Eoepttal and 
gave much time and thought to it. Many persons in all walks of 
life came to her for counsel, and she never failed them. She was 
unsparing of herself in her efforts to aid others, and no detail was 
ever too trifling for her to give it her attention, if by so doing she 
could help another. 

For years she was a great invalid; but one did not think of her 
as such, for she was always cheerful and full of courage, and her 
keen sense of humor was unfailing. Her life was an inspiration to 
all who knew her. 

Mrs. Freeman was always interested in the history of New England 
and in the lives of those who through their self-denial and sacrifice 
had made possible the opportunities and privileges of the present 
generation. She thought that the young people should 1x3 taught 
to appreciate their debt to the past and to feel the responsibility 
of carrying on the work for the generations to come. 

L. \V. C. 

George Brown Knapp, M.A., of Newton, Mass., elected a 
resident member in 1870 and made a life member in 1912, was born 
at St. Johnsbury, Vt., 9 April 1836, the son of Hiram and Sophronia 
(Brown) Knapp, and died at Newton 21 December 1919. He traced 
his ancestry from William 1 Knapp of Watertown, Mass., who died 
in 1658, through John, 2 John, 3 James, 4 John, 6 James, 6 and Hiram, 7 
his father. 

His preparation for college was obtained at St. Johnsbury Academy 
and at Phillips Andover Academy, and he was graduated at Am- 
herst College in 1859. Entering the countinghouse of Gardner 
Brewer <fe Company, well-known Boston merchants, he soon became 
Mr. Brewer's private secretary and after Mr. Brewer's death was 
for many years the confidential manager of his large estate. 

Mr. Knapp was a devoted friend of Phillips Andover Academy 
and its oldest trustee, having been elected to that office in 1899. 
His lasting memorial there is Brothers' Field, the athletic grounds 
given by him in his own name and in that of his brother, Arthur 
Mason Knapp. He was also a benefactor of Bcrea College in Ken- 
tucky and a generous contributor to many local charities. 

He was a member of the Bostonian Society and belonged to the 
Masonic fraternity. He resided in the Auburndale section of Newton. 

He married at Westfield, Mass., 2 September 1862, Elizabeth 
Dixon Strong, who died in 1915, daughter of Alexander Hanson 
Strong of Vicksburg, Miss. 

Edward Rivers Lemon of Sudbury, Mass., a resident member 
since 1913, was born at Andover, Mass., 22 November 1855, the 
son of William and Elizabeth Gage (Holt) Lemon, and died at 
Sudbury 31 December 1919. He was a descendant of James Lemon, 
through John of Beverly, Mass., and William, his father. 



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He was educated in the public schools of Andover, Cambridge, 
and Maiden, Mass., and was for many years connected with th<- 
Sawyer Woolen Mills of Dover, N. II. 

Mr. Lemon was an antiquarian of note, and for twenty-three 
years was the owner and landlord of the famous Wayside Inn at 
Sudbury, in which he gathered a remarkable collection of old- 
fashioned furniture and courteously entertained great mimfrtf l 
of visitors who were drawn thither by the historic associations of 
tho place. He was an interesting lecturer on things ancient, and 
took great delight in showing the treasures of his private art gallery. 

He was an honorary member of the Society of the Sons of the 
American Revolution, and a member of the Bostonian Society, the 
Boston City Club, and the Society for the Preservation of New 
England Antiquities. 

He married, 13 December 1877, Cora Elma Prescott, daughter 
of Israel and Betsey H. (Keay) Prescott, who survives him, together 
with one son, Edward Prescott Lemon. 



Memoirs of the following-named members of the Society may be 
found as indicated: 

Andrew Carnegie, in the Register of October 1919; Henry 
Ernest Woods, in the Register of January 1920; William Paine 
Sheffield, in the Register of April 1920. 

It is expected that a memoir of Henry Lee Higginson will 
appear in the Register of July 1920. 



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lxxiii 



INDEX OF MEMOIRS 



Adams, James .... 




.... 
lm 


Manley, Henry 


lxviii 


Bates, Louise Snow (Prosser) . 


xlvi 


Means, Frederick Howard 


. . lxiv 


Boit, Robert Apthorp .... 


xlix 


Newhall, Charles Lyman 


. lx 


Burt, Charles Wellington . . 


xl 


Norris, Albert Lane . . . 


Ixi 


Chandler, Horace Parker . . 


iiv 


Norris, Charles Scwall 


. li 


Cochrane, Alexander .... 


li 


Parker, Henry Ainaworth 


. xlv 


Cropley, Sarah Delina (Lyle) . 


xlvii 


Rice, Franklin Pierce . . 


xli 


Cumner, Harry Wadley . . . 


xxxix 


Richardson, Edward Adams 


. xlii 


Estabrook, Arthur Frederick . 


lix 


Sargent, William Story 


. lxvii 


Freeman, Caroline Sumner 




Skinner, Joseph John . . 


. lxix 


(Case) 


lxx 

lxv 


Stark, James Henry . . 
Stevens, Francis Herbert 


. lxii 


Freer, Charles Lang .... 


. Iiv 


Gould, William Edward . . . 


liii 


Stone, Daniel Clifford . . 


. lv 


Haile, Amelia L. (Chapin) . . 


lxiv 


Swift, William 


lvii 


Harris, Edward ^Doubleday . 


xlviii 


Tasker, William Orin . . 


. 1 


Hills, Josephine (Drew) . . . 


xli 


Waters, Thomas Franklin 


. lxx 


Holmes, Clayton Wood 


, , # 


lviii 


Westfall, John Henry . . 


. xliii 


Hunt, George Allen . . . 




xliv 


Wilcox, Ethan 


xliv 


Jenkins, Newell Sill . . 




lxvi 

1 XXI 


Willard, Ashton Rollins . . 
Woodman, Jennie Stetson 


. xl 


Knapp, George Brown 


. . 




Lemon, Edward Rivers 


. . 


lxxi 


(Barrell) 


lix 



v 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Note. — Roman numerals refer to the pages of the Supplement. 



ABBOT Abbott 

195 218 227 

Aaron 259 

Alioe 255 

Ann 120 

Anna 255 

Bathsheba 252 

Benjamin 126 195 

Catherine 195 

Charlotte 154 

Chauncy 175 

Deliverance 248 

Dolly 24 6 204 

Dorcas 240 202 203 

Dorothy 252 

Ebenezer 203 

Edmund 195 

Eleanor 248 266 

Elizabeth 228 248 249 250 266 

Esther 195 240 

Hannah 120 246 259 

Isaac 254 

Iaadore 175 176 

John 120 195 218 222 227 228 
240 254 

Joseph 120 248 252 266 

Katharine 258 

Kcziah 250 

Lydia 254 

Martha 227 257 

Mary 120 175 248 251 

Mary Ann 205 

Merfbah 257 

Molly 222 228 246 254 260 

Moses 248 255 206 

Nicholas 205 
Parker W. 205 
Patience 40 
Patty 254 

Rebecca H. 265 

Sally 195 

Samuel 218 

Sarah 120 126 195 248 249 

251 252 207 
Solomon 195 
Stephen 250 
Susannah 120 
Taylor Goodwin 222 
Thomas 248 
ABEL Abcll 
Anne 58 
Caleb 53 
Cherub 02 
Elizabeth 53 
Jerusha 53 
Joshua 68 
Lydia 62 
Simon 53 62 
William 53 ■ 
ABERGAVENNY — Lord 75 
ACHORN Caroline Carleton 25 
Elizabeth 25 
Mary Elizabeth 25 
Mvra Woodward 25 
William H. 25 
A'COURT Mary Ann lrii 
Mary Elizabeth Ann lx.ii 
Thomas Cook Ixii 
ADAMS Albert 294 



ADAMS cont'd 

Ann F. 152 

Burtlett N. 152 

Huthsheba 252 

Benjamin 220 230 247 

Bertha Bohun 300 

Betsey 202 

Chester liii 

Clara Winslow 300 

Daniel M. 300 

Ebenezer 184 

Edward liii 

Edward Dean xxi 

Elishib liii 

Elizabeth 230 263 

Elizabeth Julia Ann 300 

Ellsworth Stetson mi 

Elmer Bragg 78 

Elmer Bragg (Mrs.) xxi 

Emma Kendall liv 

Emma Ursula xxi 

Franklin Harrington xxix 

George Da via 300 

Hannah 247 

Hattie 152 

Hawthorne Devereux 300 

Helen Frances xxiii 

Henry liii 

James 193 263 xxxvii liii liv 

John 220 202 294 

John O 200 

Jonathan 252 

Lydia 172 214 220 230 247 

Mary 1 06 230 200 

Mary Winslow 294 

Pamela S. liv 

Pamela Wyman liii 

Pollv 193 
ADGATE Lillian 209 
ADIE Andrew xxi 
AGASSIZ Alexander 105 

Ida 105 

I .ou is 105 
AGER Annie xxvii 

George Bicknell (Mrs.) 160 
xxvii 
ALBERT King of the Belgians 

77 78 xxi 
ALBREE John 238 
ALBRIGHT Allbright 

John 81 

Manlev F. 81 82 
ALCOTT* Louisa May Ixvii 
ALDEN Charles Laiorest 
(Mrs.) 146 

Elizabeth 53 54 HI 

Ella xxi 

Frances Ida liv 

Frances Jane liv 
John 53 54 111 xli \ix 

Lorenzo liv 
ALD RICH William T -uman 158 

100 vii 
Alen see Allen 
ALESSANDRA Jose lri 
ALEXANDER Ann 100 
Benjamin 105 
David 100 
Elizabeth 102 105 



ALEXANDER cont'd 
Fannie 207 310 
Frances Cordelia 31© 
Hannah 105 
Hugh 105 

Bank 100 

William 105 
ALGER Edwin 239 

Hannah 239 
AlU>rinht tee Albright 
ALLEN Alen Alhn Ally** 

Annie 30 

Augustine Melville 303 

Caroline Augusta 303 

Ebenezer 288 292 

Edward Whcelock 303 

Elisha Ml 

Elizabeth 273 

Ezra 152 

Fannie J 303 

George xlii 

George M. 30 

George S. 307 

Gertrude 303 

Guy 303 

Harriet 303 

Harriet E 303 

Harry 303 

Harvey 303 

Henry 152 

Herrirk 303 

John 248 207 

John C 152 

Josephine 303 

Julia M. 303 

Lucy 303 

Lydia 152 303 

Lydia M 152 

Lydia R 152 

Maria 152 

Martha 152 

Mary 14 

Mary Smith 307 

Mehital.le 168 

Nathan 14 152 

PervisG. 152 

Philip 78 xxi 

Polly 261 

Robert . 

Roscoe George 303 

Roy 303 

Ruble Maria 303 

Ball] 159 

Sarah 248 251 267 

Sarah Jane 92 

Susie 303 

Thomas 152 

Wallace 303 
ALLEY Judith 129 

Samuel 129 
Allin tee Allen 
ALLISON Jane 102 106 

Thirza lix 
Allvne tee Allen 
ALVORD John Watson xxvii 
AMBROSE Frederick Mard« 

AMES Edgar 155 xxi 
John Stanley 150 xxi 



VOL. LXXTV. 



oo 



lxxvi 



Index of Persons 



AMEY Abrani 126 
Ann 126 

ANDERSON 93 

HrbM-v 105 
George K. 105 
Jane 152 
John 152 
Mary 1 
Sarah J. 152 
ANDREWS Andrew Androaa 

97 

Abraham 219 

Anna 246 

Antoinette Huntington 299 

Barbara 97 

Benjamin 216 256 

Betsey 260 

Betty 230 

Daniel 219 260 

David 265 

Dorothy 299 

Edith May 97 

Elijah 220 

Elisha 219 222 228 230 246 

249 
Elisabeth 265 
Erskine 97 
Experience 228 257 
Hannah 253 
Horace Ellsworth 299 
Joanna 214 219 220 222 228 

230 246 249 261 
John 212 213 
Joshua 216 217 224 227 
Levi 264 
Lydia 264 
Marjone 299 
Martin 97 

Mary 119 228 251 253 258 
Mary Ann 266 
Mercy 214 230 254 
Molly 249 256 260 
Nathaniel 222 
Olive 216 217 224 227 254 
Rebecca 213 
Samuel 253 
Sarah 227 246 256 258 
Simeon 217 258 
Stephen 253 
Wolcott 97 
ANGELLOTTI Emma Cornelia 
308 
Emma Teresa 309 
Frances Louise 308 
Frank Marion 308 
Frank Marion (Mrs.) 114 199 

293 
Giuseppe 308 
Jose see Giuseppe 
Joseph see Giuseppe 
Lois Frances 308 
Marion Polk 308 
ANGIER Lavinia Hathaway lv 
ANGLESEY Villiers Christo- 
pher Earl of 139 
ANGUS Douglas Archibald 

Earl of li 
ANNE OF CLEVES 272 
ANSLEY George 270 
ANTHONY Henry Bowen 84 
ANTRAM Eunice 54 
Francis 54 
Polly 54 
Will 54 
APPLEBY Applebee Applebey 

212 226 

Bridget 256 
Dorcas 228 
Elisabeth 226 
Esther 262 
Eunice 258 
George 220 
Hanly see Hawley 
Hannah 214 217 218 219 220 
222 226 227 228 229 255 



APPLEBY cont'd 

tUwUy 219 21] 217 218 219 

■22n 333 234) 237 228 230 
Joanna 236 257 
Joseph 222 

l-«vi tig] 

Levi George 262 
Martha 238 258 
Mary 227 229 
Molly . 
Samuel 219 
Sarah 254 256 
Simeon 217 256 
Thomaa 217 256 
William 2l«J 
APPLETON Daniel 298 
Francis Henry xnx 
John 117 
Melvina 298 
Nellie Etneline 298 
William Sumner xixi 
APSLEY Lewis Dewart xxi 

ARCHIBALD 127 

Betsey 255 
Mary 189 
Robert 125 127 
ARDERN Arden 

John 270 271 
Ares see Aver 

ARMINGTON F. Jennie 152 
Fanny P. 152 
L. E. 152 
N. H. 152 
ARMS Jennie Maria xxviii 

Julia J. 174 
ARM SB Y George 78 xxi 
ARNOLD Benedict 284 
Elisabeth 54 
James Newell 147 
John W. 78 xxix 
Joeiah 54 
Margaret P. 32 
ASH Ashe 

217 226 

Benjamin 217 226 
Eleanor 44 
Martha 212 217 226 
ASHBURTON — Lord 98 
Ashe see Ash 
Askins see Erskine 
ASSERSON Frederick A. lviii 

Pauline lviii 
ASTON Gertrude 139 
John 271 
Mary 139 
Robert 271 
Samuel 271 
ASTON OF FORFAR Aston 

Walter Baron 139 
ATHERTON Arline 307 
Augusta Ellen W7 
Carrie Alice 308 
Clarence William 308 
Edith May 307 
George Allen 307 
George Wellcr 307 
Grace 308 
Hattic Ellen 308 
Hattie S. 307 
Helen Franklin 307 
John William 307 
Katharine 308 
ATKINSON Fanny 126 
Hannah 126 
Henry Morrell 155 xxi 
Liizie Daniel Rose xxvii 
Theodore 126 
ATTAWAY Johanna 266 

John 266 
ATTEAUX Frederick E. xxi 

ATTKINS 150 

ATWOOD Attwood 
Cynthia M. 171 317 
Luther vi 
Luther W. (Mrs.) xxvii 



ATWOOD eonfd 

Mary 1 ratirra Xlvii 

AUHKF.Y Elisabeth 75 

William 75 
AUCHINCLOSS Hugh I) xsi 

John WtDthrop zsis 
AUDLEY Ann 1.14 

John 134 

Margaret 134 
AULD (;~,rgr 1* I. 

Madeleine dray Ivuii 
AUSTIN A.iaten 

212 216 225 

Abigail 50 1H5 195 

Benjamin 212 216 225 263 

Rensi*- Q, 152 153 

Be tar y 263 

Danirl . 
iward 165 

Elisabeth 249 

Fanny E. 153 

Frederick CarUton 78 xxi 

Gertrude M. 152 

Glenn A. 153 

John Osborne 133 

Lottie L. 152 
- Lydia 251 

.Nlae R. 133 1M 

Moaea 212 216 249 

Myra E. 153 

Nathaniel 216 251 

Patience 212 225 250 

Pauline 96 

Polly 262 

8amuel 165 

Stephen 50 185 195 

Velma 297 

W A 152 

William 277 
AVERY Charles French ni 
George Whitfield (Mrs.) 78 xxi 

Harriet A. m 
Joseph 

Lucy 251 
Olive 266 

Samuel Putnam 24 1 xxvi xxvii 
William 241 
AYER Ares Ayers 
A. C. 153 
Albert 153 
Benjamin 153 
Dorcas . 

Frederick Fanning xxi 
H/\mrt 1.S3 
Harriet If. 153 
Hattie E. 172 
Hollia 153 
Jabes 173 
James 153 
Joseph 153 
Marjory 153 
Mary Jane 153 
Mary Tenny 153 
Matilda 153 172 173 
Melinda 153 
Metcalf 153 
Ruth 153 
Sally 153 
Sarah 153 
Sarah E. 315 
Thomas 153 
Zoa 319 
AYRAULT Daniel 13 
Frances 13 
Judith 13 
Mary 13 
Peter 13 
Susannah 13 

BABCOCK Badcock 

Albert 78 xxi 

Jonathan 108 

Mary 108 
Bachiler see Batchelder 
BACON Ebeneser 54 



Index of Persons 



Ixxvii 



BACON cont'd 

Klixaheth 190 

Francis K. (Mrs.) xii 

Lester Manning xxvii 

Louisa xxi 

Lydia M 

Margaret 199 

Nathaniel Terry 156 xxi 
BACOT John Vacher 78 xxi 
Hadcork tee Babcock 
BADGER 128 

John Cogswell xxvii 

Mary 180 

Moses 180 
BAGGALEY William Blair 155 
BAGLEY Sarah 304 
BAILEY Haily Uayley 

Asahel 54 

Isaac 1 13 

Jacob 288 289 290 

James 54 

John 18 

Lydia 54 

Mabel P. 54 

Mercy 113 

Ruth 54 

Ramuel 54 

Sarah 20 21 20 91 172 

Bophronia Ann lxix 

Timothy 54 
BAKER 94 

Abner 94 95 

Almira 29 

Andrew 29 90 94 

Anna 205 

Anson M. 94 

Asariah 94 

Betsey 90 91 94 

Charity 43 

Charles 43 126 

Christina 185 

Clarissa 29 

Cora L. 209 

Daniel 21 43 94 

Duglass 43 

Klifit A. 94 

Elizabeth 94 95 153 

Ella xxi 

Esther Hinckley 77 xxi 

Eunice B. 153 

F. H. 176 

George Fisher xxi 

George Minot (Mrs.) 159 

Hannah 21 94 153 314 

Harvev 205 

Howard W 155 xxi 

Ida Marion Chase v vi xi 

James 94 

Jane 94 95 

Jenny 100 

Jerusha 29 90 94 

John 94 95 153 

John E 95 

Joseph 150 151 153 

Joseph A. (Mrs.) 78 xxi 

Josiah 54 

Love 43 

Lucy 38 

Lydia 94 

Margery 70 

Martha 314 

Michael 8. 95 

Mopes 43 

Rebecca 21 94 

Samuel 54 153 

Sarah 43 

Sarah J . 94 

Susan E 94 

Thomas 43 100 

Walter C. 155 xxii 

William 29 
BALCH Baulch 

Anne 190 

Francis Noyes xxxi 
BALDWIN Thomas Williams xlii 



BALL 



148 149 



l>..rothy 282 

K valine 206 

Flam en 206 

John 283 

Thomas 282 
BALLARD 312 315 

Krnrroy C 312 

Kstlier Jane 153 

James N 153 

Sural. P 315 
BALLOU Hoaea Starr 77 100 vii 
HAMPTON — Mr. 148 
BANGS Adeline 153 

Aiariati 153 

Irena 153 

J w 153 

James W 153 

John W 153 

Lucinda 153 154 

Lysander 154 

Nathaniel 153 154 

S M. 153 
BANISTER Bannister 

A Allen 154 

C. Kllen 175 

Klixabeth 09 

Ellen 175 

Grace 09 

Knight 154 

Mary 22 09 
BANKER Rebecca 316 
BANKS Charles 32 

C.eorge W 155 xxii 

Hannah L. 32 
Bannister tee Banister 
BARBER Barbour 

Abraham 283 

Edmund Dana 5 

Hattie Ellen 308 

Hyland 308 

Joan 283 

Lucius Barnes viii 

Mary Kllen 308 
BARING Elisabeth 98 
BARKDULL J William ix 
BARKER — Mr 54 

Abigail Burrill 204 

Barbara 72 133 

Better* 201 

Burrill Devereux 204 

Carolus 54 

E Frye xxix 

Ebeneter 201 

Kliphalet 54 

Elisabeth 115 117 

Elixabeth Gerry 204 

George 204 

George Humphrey 204 

Hannah 258 

Hannah Hooper 204 

James 72 133 

Jemima 54 

John Herbert 156 

Joseph 54 

Joseph Nathaniel 204 

Joshua 54 

Mao' 54 

Nathaniel 258 

Nehemiah 54 

Priscilla 54 

Samuel Klbridge 204 

S:irah Devereux 204 
BARLOW Aaron 154 

Aaron Nelson 154 

Ebea 151 

Eliaa 154 

Ellen S 154 

Francis Channing 166 

Jerusha 154 

Lucy 154 

Lucy Maria 154 

I.ydia Kliia 154 

Minnie 154 

Priscilla 154 



BARLOW cont'd 
Roland II 154 
Banford B 154 

BARNARD Al.,nso 29 
I ranees Jane liv 

job n 

Samuel 29 
Sarah 29 
BARNES lUrt.i 
Abigail 154 i '.7 
Abigail W 107 
Ahre H. 154 
Amity 154 
Austin 154 167 
Betsey 154 
Carlos M 167 
Charlotte 316 
Charlotte K 154 
Churchill S 154 155 167 
Clara A 316 
Clark 107 319 
Clark W 154 
Comfort 154 167 316 
Comfort O 155 
Cora Bell 155 
Cyrus 154 155 167 
Edgar L 155 
Kleanor 107 
Elijah 154 155 167 
Klinor 154 
K1.7.at>eth 308 
Klthina 167 
Emilv Jane 154 
Esther K 154 167 
Freddie K 155 
Hannah 107 
Hannah T. 155 
Harriet 319 
Harriet M. 107 
Harvey 154 107 
Hollis W. 107 
Isabel 317 
Isabel A. 319 
Jerusha E. 107 
John 154 
John Austin 107 
Joshus 154 155 167 
Junius 154 

Lawk B I 

1 <>renso 154 

I,ovisa 154 

Lucy 107 

M. L. 107 

Martha 107 200 

Mary 154 155 107 305 

Mary Ann 155 107 

Mary E. 155 107 

Mary J 167 

Mrrntt 155 167 

Millo 161 

Nancy 154 155 107 

Naomi 249 

Sally 153 

Solomon 308 

Sophia 154 167 

Thomas 151 249 

Willie B tee Willie M. 

Willie M 107 

Wyatl C 167 
BARNEY Mason 147 
Barns tee Barnea 
BARR Amy Maud 295 

Kmily C 295 

John 295 

Katharine 174 
BARRELL George Morton 156 
xxix 

George W lix 

Hannah Mendell lix 

James lix 

Jennie Stetson BBll lix 

William lix 

William Alden lix 

William L. 77 xxii 
BARROWS Barrowe 



\ 



lxxviii 



Index of Persons 



BARROWS cont'd 

21(i 

Abraham 213 215 
Anna 229 

Benjamin 212 210 220 220 
227 2211 230 248 260 

Elisabeth 227 

Henry .120 

Jamca 210 

John 210 

Mary 212 210 220 220 227 
H8 230 248 250 200 
• Samuel 2 Hi 220 

Sarah 215 220 230 

Timothy Wentworth 215 
BARSTOW Delia 28 

Fine 28 

James 27 28 

Kate 28 

Mary 27 

Newhall 28 

Rebecca 18 

Ruth Ann 27 

Samuel P. 27 

Sarah 18 

Thomaa 18 

Zoa 27 
BARTLETT Bartlet Barttlett 

172 

Ann 120 

Sethi* 110 118 119 120 

Charles II. ix zxii 

Elisabeth 120 

Faithful 119 120 

Humphrey 120 

John 119 120 

Joseph Gardner 100 x xviii 
xxvii Ivi 

Lydia 120 

Margaret Smith 200 

Paul Way land 150 xxii 

Robert 110 118 

Samuel Otis xxix 

Sarah 147 
BARTOL Bartoll 

Ellen Kcmble xxii 

Hannah Leach 210 

John 210 

Mary Devarwi 210 

Matilda Devereux 210 

William Henry 210 
BARTON John 270 

William 279 
Barttlett Bee Bartlett 
BASCOM 

Katharine Brattle xlix 
Thomas xlix 
BASDEN — Mr. 70 
BASEY Robert 135 
BASS Eliphalet 54 

Joseph 54 

Mary 54 

Nathaniel 54 
BASSETT Jane A. 172 
BATCHELDER Bachiler 
Ann B M 
Barbara 20 91 
Benjamin F. 20 
Chester W. 20 
Clark A. xliii 
Daniel F. 20 
Enos R. 20 
John 26 91 
John W. 26 
Mark Daniel xxvii 
Marv E. 20 
Sarah J 26 91 
Stephen 319 320 
Susan M. 20 
BATES Albert Greene xlvii 
Edith Ann xlvii 
Eunice 23 
Francis Eliot xlvii 
Hannah L. 32 
Hope Angell xlvii 



BATES cont'd 
John 23 320 
John ( f nrdticr xK i 
Lauiag Snow xxivu xlvi xlvii 
Newton \V 24 1 
BATESFORD Wdlism 234 
BATHE EJeanoi 139 

John Sir 139 
BATREAU I.e»u 107 
Lucv M 167 
l'.-t.r |«7 
Baulch *rt Balch 
BAXTER James I'l.inney 5 76 
77 78 79 121 156 157 158 
100 237 238 322 v vi x x. 
xii xxvi 
Bavley net Bailey 
BAYLIES Walter Cabot xxii 
BAYNE Howard Randolph x xi 
Beitdle *ee Bc«*dle 
BEAL Scale ltcala 
Boylston Adams vii 
Cheslin 108 
David 20 
Dimice 108 
Elisha II 168 
Emeline 239 
Emma Tillotson 108 
Fred W. 108 
Ruth 20 108 
BEARD Sarah 95 
BEARDSLEY Delia 108 
Henry B. 108 
Lewis 168 
BECK Bridget 270 
Robert 270 
William 270 
BECKWITH Elixa Ann xxviii 
BEDEFORD John de 234 
BEEDE Everett Jefta 100 vi 
BEEDLE Beadle 
Elita 205 
Ithaniar 248 200 
Mary 248 200 
Wilham 272 
BEEN Beene 

Jonathan 210 224 
Mary 216 224 
Sarah 224 
BEKE Agnes 141 
Elixal>eth 141 
John 141 
BELDEN Charles Francis Dorr 

160 
BELKNAPJeremiah 184 189 192 
BELL Aexander Graham \ul 

Alice Hunter xl 
BELLOWS Wilma 169 
BELMONT August xxii 
BENNER Jennie 89 

Oxro M 89 
BENNETT Bennet 

225 

Abigail 22 
Betty 54 
Robert 54 
Tabitha 225 
Bentinck William Earl of Port- 
land *et Portland Earl of 
BENTLEY Cvrus 155 xxh 
BERE John 272 
BEREFORD Baldwin de 234 

Joan de 234 
BERLINER Emile 157 
BERRY — Widow 36 
Charlotte 168 
John D. '08 
Susan 168 
William 75 
BESSEY E. F. 168 
L. E. 168 
Nancy 168 
Norman 168 
BESWICK Alice 303 
Anne 304 



BESWICK cnld 
KoIm-M 

BK I) B. c ford 

Aaron 250 

Joanna 248 

John I hi 

Mary 46 168 266 

Mo«« ■ 

Susannah 248 
BILLINGAY ! ...ubeth 279 

Thomas 279 
BILLINGS Billing 

Betsey 

310 

Mm* 108 

Reliance 166 

Silas 106 
BILLS Charlotte 174 
BILLTON Dorothy 282 

George. 281 
BII.SON I .'. n.aa 319 320 
BINGHAM Klicscr 54 

Miriam 54 
ecca 54 

Rolx-rt W. ix 

Samuel 54 
BIRCHARD Hannah 54 

John 54 
BISBEE C C. 106 

Eunice 

Francis 0. 168 
BISHOP 149 

Alice A. 166 

Charles 108 

Ebenexer (Mrs.) xxvii 

Elisabeth 168 

Msry Hope xxvii 

l'h.-belxvi 

hie. 168 

William 168 
BISSELL Bissel 

Ann 54 

Benjamin 54 

French Kayburn ix 

George IVrkina 155 xxii 

W H 150 
BLACKFORD — Mr 148 
BLACKLEACH Apame 100 

Joseph 109 

Richard 81 
BLAGDON Elbridge 25 

Florence 25 

Mary Elisabeth 25 

Susan Crooker 25 
BLAISDELL Nancy 95 
ra 305 

Rebecca 104 

Samuel 95 
BLAKE Caroline 153 

Esther Jsne 153 

Ida 309 

John 153 

Mary 164 

Samuel Parkman K«4 
BLANCHARD Augusta M. 294 
BLANEY Blany 

I'uisht 150 

Hannah 119 

John 116 118 119 
BLATCHFORD Ida Maria xxx 
BLISS Amos 54 

Anns 54 

William He.nry 150 xxii 
BLODGETT Albro 78 xxii 

Ann T. 168 

Ariel 168 

Lucy Caroline 168 
BLOUNT Blunt 

Anne 139 

Betsey 94 

Hannah 90 

Jerusha 90 

Mountjoy Earl of Newport 
tff Newport Earl of 

William 90 94 



v 



BOARDMAN I^conard 204 

Nabby 204 

WulcJo Julian xxvii 
BOASUM llouoa 

119 

Ann 119 
John 116 110 
BOCASH Diannia 108 

Edgar 1<>8 
Rodcn tee Ilowden 
BODENHAM — Mr 147 
BODGE Susan 85 
BODWELL Molly 255 
BOG ART Ernest Ludlow 241 
BOIT Alice I 

Edward Oarley xlix 
Georgia Anderson 1 
Georgia Mercer 1 
Jane Parkinson xlii 
John xlix 
John Edward 1 
Lilian 1 

Mary Anderson I 
Rol>ert Anthorp xxxvii xlix 
BOLTON Charles Knowles 100 
vii 
Charles Knowles (Mrs.) 1G0 
Elizabeth 12 13 
Hannah 13 
Hugh 13 
Joseph 13 
Matthew 13 
8tanwood Knowles 321 
William Mclanethon 13 
BOLTWOOD Ebcnexer Turner 
259 
Lydia 259 
Sarah 255 
BOND George Meade xxii 
Harold Lewis xxvii 
Stephen Norman xxii 
Susan 99 
BONOR Bornor 
Charles 108 
Elixie 168 
Gertrude 168 
Lixey tee Elixie 
Mary 108 
BOOTHBY Charlotte 263 
James 261 
John 203 

Martha 201 « 

BORLAND Anna 130 
Elizabeth 19 
John 19 
Bornor tee Bonor 
BOSSEN John 118 
BOSTON Joseph 200 

Nancy 200 
BOTELER Anne Lady 139 

William Sir 76 
BOTELER OF BRANTFIELD 

Boteler John Baron 139 
BOULWARE Arlin© 307 

James E. 307 
BOURN Bourne 

Augustus Osborn 84 
Benjamin F. 101 xxii 
George Gait 150 xxii 
Richard 101 
BOUTWELL Boutell 
Carrie E. 108 
Clara E. 108 
Earl N. 168 
Edith A. 169 
Eliza Ann 108 
F. 177 

Florence Mav 168 
George H. 168 169 
Harriet 169 
Hattie May 168 169 
John 169 
Joseph us 169 
N. 168 
Polly 168 169 177 



Index of Persons 



BOUTWELL r.,„t ,1 
Hutli ! 

William 108 100 177 
Willi* tog 
BOWDEN Boden 
Addie iVrkuii. 302 

Arthur U'ilhu.1 297 
Betsey «> 

Edward Clarence 302 
Eliza A 204 
Ellen 298 

Bstelle Marcia 200 
• Ferdinand I >.■ . . r.-m 2*JS 
Hannah 200 298 
Jamea Dcvereux 205 
Jane 207 
John 206 
Joseph 297 
Joseph Wesley 297 
Ivcnora G. 30*J 
Ix>is 205 
Martha J. 296 
Mary 30 

Nellie Emeline 298 
Ruth 205 
Samuel 205 
Sarah 120 
Sarah Iconise 297 
Thomas 205 
Thomas R. 294 
Walter Henry 298 
BOWDITCH Charles Picker- 
ing vii 
Harold vi 
BOWELL Thomas 236 
BO WEN Edward Augustus xxvi 
Elizabeth 14 22 
Ezra 22 

Fanny Maria xxii 
Josenh A. (Mrs.) xxii 
BOWERS Phebc 172 
BOWMAN John Eliot xxvii 

John McE. xxii 
BOYCE Antipas 143 
Hannah 143 
Richard 124 125 

BOYD 93 

Frances 21 
Helen 93 
Thomas 21 23 
BOYNTON Bct«ey 94 

Jerusha 29 90 94 
BRACKENRLDGE George W. 

xxii 
BRACKETT Bracket 
Abigail 213 226 257 
Ada 258 
Amy 224 251 
Ann 215 217 248 266 
Anna 218 219 224 228 229 251 
Anne 263 
Benjamin 217 221 
Daniel 219 221 2:50 251 
Dorcas 202 

Elitabeth 31 225 248 253 207 
Hannah 228 258 202 
Isaac 212 213 217 224 226 202 
Ivory 106 
James 214 210 217 218 234 



lxxix 



»- — ■ ' — — . 



>51 



Jemima 255 
Joel 217 

John 212 213 214 215 218 
225 226 227 203 

Joseph 214 218 255 

Joshua 215 217 218 219 224 

228 229 248 1 
Jotham 219 
Keziah 250 
Levi 218 263 

Lydia 190 225 227 251 257 
Margery 214 216 217 218 2J1 

225 227 

Marv 22 212 214 217 221 I » 

226 2 JO 251 252 253 206 



BRACKBTT aoat'4 

MrhlUblr 3|2 214 215 

217 218 234 223 
Mercy 203 
Miriam 212 214 215 226 396 

Molly 2 
Momv 215 257 
Nabby 262 
Nathan 214 253 
Natharnrl . 
Pal _•« 

201 204 
Reuben 217 
Sally 2 
Samuel 212 213 215 217 218 

22 l 27 254 258 

Sarah 224 230 32 

257 
Simeon 217 
Stephen 216 
Susan . 

Susannah 227 210 380 300 
BRADBOURNE William 21 
BRADFORD A. C. 109 
Dorcas 1 25 
Nellie 100 
William I vii 
Wilma 109 
BRADISH James It 100 

bbins 169 
BRADY Jennie 175 
BRAGDON Joaeph 100 
Mary 100 
Polly 263 
BRAINARD Brainerd 
Betsey 55 
Enoch 55 
Esther 55 
Lawrence 100 vi 
Morgan Hulkeley xxvii 
Rol>ecca 55 
BRAITHWAITE Brathwayle 

William 275 
BRAMAN Dwight ii xxii 
BRANGeor. 

Mary 2 
Brathwavle tee Braithwaite 
BRATT John 272 
BRATTLE Thomas xlix 
BRAWN Anna 251 
Betty . 

John 251 
Michael 256 
BRAY Horace L. 00 

Jane 21 

Marv Elite 00 
BRAZIER Ellen Kemble xxii 

Joseph Harrison (Mrs.) 155 
xxii 
BREARLEY Harry C. 242 
BRETT France* 14") 
BREWER Gardner Ixxi 

lister i 

Marv A. 169 
BREWSTER Brewatee 

Benjamin 55 

Betsey 256 

Catherine 97 

Comfort 55 

Daniel 55 

Elizabeth 55 214 246 

George Stephenson xxii 

Isabel Brekiae 07 

John 55 250 

Joaeph 246 

Mary 55 

Nancy 246 

Olive 259 

Phebe 256 

Rosamond 55 

Samuel Dwight 97 

Sidney Erskine 97 



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Index of Persons 



BREWSTER cont'd 

Sidney l.yriiiui 97 

Teiii|MTnii« •«• 2 10 

WarTM Dwiaht 97 

William t>7 158 299 xli lix 
BRIDGES Bridge 

Jennie KM 

Norruiiii l. r >. r > xxii 

William 1- 21)8 
BRIER Carrie 83 
BRIGGS Arthur 100 

Asa Sheldon xlvii 

George Nixon 159 

Hope Angell xlvii 

Jane 100 

William Churchill 100 vi 
BRIGHAM A. Kendall 170 

Abigail 109 170 

Albert G 109 

Amanda 315 

Anna 160 

Anna I) 109 

Anna II 170 

Aaa 109 170 315 

Baxter 109 

Betsey 170 

Bradley 109 

Breck 170 

CelinaS 109 

Cheney 170 

Clarence S 170 

Clarence Saunders 80 vii 

Dorothy 109 

Dorr Baxter 109 

Eli 109 170 

Eliiabeth 170 

Elisabeth F. 170 

Elva 109 

Eunice 153 109 310 

Fay 109 

H attic Fay 109 

Hollis 109 

Jane 109 

Jane F 109 

Jonas 150 153 109 170 310 

Jonas Draper 109 

Joniah F. 170 

Josiah Fay 109 

Laura Maria 109 

Lovinia R 310 

Lucy 170 

Lydia 315 

Mary 109 170 

Melinda 153 

Mercy 170 

Nahum 170 

Nella M. 170 

Noah 170 315 

Peter Bent 151 

Rebecca 170 

Rilla Field 170 

Robert B. 170 

8. Sumner 170 

Bally 109 170 

Sally W. 170 

Selina 109 

Seneca P. 170 

Svlvina 169 

Uriah 170 

William Oaklev 170 
BRISTOWE Daniel 145 

Margaret 145 
BRITTON Brittin 

Abraham 156 xxii 

James Budd 102 

Susan Bowne 102 
BROCK Brocke 

Abraham 221 

Elisabeth 39 50 184 230 

Experience 229 

Francis 253 

Jane 214 219 220 221 228 229 
230 240 

John 219 220 221 228 229 230 
246 274 



BROCK cont'd 
Jo*- h 210 

Joshua 219 

Martha 50 

Mary 116 

Molly 228 

Nathaniel 220 

Sally 183 

Sunt!, 253 

Simeon 219 

Waotworth 220 

William 50 125 184 219 
BROOKINGS E1U Frances 24 

Everett F. 24 
BROOKS Jessie Isabel Rudolf 
xxix 

Phillips Hi 

Shepherd xxii 

William Austin xxix 

William Francis (Mrs ) xxix 
BROUGHTON Mary 205 

Nicholson 206 

Sarah 206 
BROWER Marion 32 
BROWN Browne 

319 

Abigail 263 

Ann 19 

Anna 131 205 

Annie Hamilton xxvii 

Arthur 130 180 181 

Catherine 138 

Charles 40 223 262 

Charles B. 170 

Charles R 295 

Charlotte 174 

Ebenexer 205 

Edwin P. 171 

Elisha 220 

Elisa 174 

Elisabeth 120 223 

Ellen A. 170 

Elsie L. 170 

Emma 171 

Emma A. 317 

Emma Frances li 

Eva 295 

Fanny 176 

Fanny L. 170 

Frances Rose li 

Franklin Q. 77 xxii 

George Tilden 161 

George W. 170 171 

George Winthrop xxvii 

Hannah 40 253 

Hattie 171 

llerl>crt J. ix xxii 

Hugh 171 

Hugh J 171 

Humphrey 131 

James 222 

Jane 171 

Jemima A. 170 

John 40 161 185 194 251 284 
285 2so 2s: 2vs 291 199 
291 292 293 

John Freeman xxvii 

Joseph 233 

Josiah 40 174 221 253 

I>ewis P. li 

Lillie A. 31 

Lillie May 171 

Ix)is 202 

Lorette H. 171 

Louisa H. 170 

Lydia 220 221 222 223 230 251 

M 170 

Maragotta 174 

Marv 171 

Melinda 171 

Mollv 230 

Nathaniel 223 

Nelson 171 

Olive 171 

Orpha A. 171 



BROWN cont'd 
Patience 251 
Patty 203 

Paul 40 221 222 223 230 251 
Pearl 236 
I Wo- 262 
Philip ( Sreely xxvii 
I'riarilla 317 
R H 170 171 
Itoliert 174 . 
Rollm 171 
llin A 317 

.m a 171 sit 

Sophia Carter xxv 

Bophrooia l**i 

Bumoat R. 171 

Sylvia M. 174 

1 hereaa xxiv 

Thomas 275 

Thomas Haasall n 

Vernon Carleton xxii 

William W 171 
BROWNELL Flva Brigham 160 

Lydia 265 

William 205 
BROXHOLME Anne 142 

John 142 
BRUSH Cynthia M 171 317 
BRYANT Annie M. 88 

Catherine 27 

Charles W 88 

Cyprian II K. 88 

Jennie B 88 

Jerusha 18 

John M 88 

I*vi 22 90 

I.vdia J 90 

Margaret 29 90 

Margaret C. 88 

Mary 22 33 

Mary E 88 

Roxana 22 

Ruth 22 

Sarah Morton 88 
BDCHAN Elisat*th 157 
BUCKINGHAM VUliersG 

Duke of 139 140 
BUCKINGHAM Joanna 55 

Samuel 55 

Samuel M 55 
BUCKLIN Fluabeth 103 

Mary 103 

Nathan 103 
BUCKNAM Anne Jenkins It 
BUELL Buel 

A t>el 55 

Clariaea 55 

Deha C 55 

Elisabeth 55 

James 55 

Josiah 55 

Lurretia 55 

Martha 55 

Mehitable 55 

Trvphena 55 

Wi'lham 55 
BUFFAM Mary 263 

Samuel 263 

Sarah 264 
BUGBEE Mary Hope xxvii 
BULKELEY Edward lix 
BULLOCK Abigail U. 13 

Jabes 13 . 
BUNKER Flijafa 128 184 

Ehsal>eth 184 

George R. 156 
BURBY Irena 153 

Roxana 153 

Thomas 153 
BURDEEN Abigail 363 
BURDICK Fmily 86 

Jonathan Truman 86 

Julian (Mrs.) 156 

Mary Stevens 86 
BURDO Harriet 171 



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Index of Persons 



lxxxi 



BURDO cont'd 

Jiihu.i 171 
BURGESS John William ii xxii 
BURGOYNE John 280 289 200 
BURLEIGH Hurley 

Abigail 247 

Andrew J 17 

Deborah 22.1 248 

Hannah 247 

Lucy 247 

Mary 247 

Micajah Currier 223 

Rhoda 247 

Sarah Klisaheth 248 
BURLESON Charles E. 171 

Ella J 171 
Burley tee Burleigh 
BURNABY Margaret 13G 
BURNHAM Abigail 200 

Alio* I 

Beulah D. 309 

George xxii 

Hannah 118 

Harriet A. xxi 

Jennie 27 

Job 118 

Sarah 118 

Susannah 43 

Thomas Winston 155 xxii 

William A. 1 
BURNS Bruce 301 

Charlotte Story Forrester 301 

Louisa lxiv 

Louise 301 

Paul Dcvereux 301 

Shirley Dcvereux 301 

Silas 301 

Silas Reese 301 

Susan 301 
BURRILL Abigail 200 201 

George 200 

John 200 

Lois 200 

Margaret 200 

Mary 200 

Ruth 202 

Samuel 2(H) 201 

Theophilus 201 
BURROUGHS 147 

Kllen Douglas xxv 
BURT Burtt 

Alice Amina xl 

Charles Wellington xxxviii xl 

Clare L. xxiv 

Henry xl 

Jonathan xl 

Joseph xl 

Lady Bell xl 

Luther xl 

Marion Stone xl 

Mary Amina xl 

Mary Bell xl 

Sarah A. 89 

Wellington R. xl 
BURTON Matilda Cornelia 298 

Peter 298 

Susan A. 298 
Burtt tee Burt 
BURVILLE I.aura P. 176 

Lucretia 170 * 

Reuben 176 
BUSH John 279 
BUSHNELL Bushnel 

Ebenexer 56 

Elisabeth 56 

Mary Pierpont xxiv 

Nathan 56 

Trvphena 56 
BUTLER 229 

Abigail 228 

Ada 202 

Anna 258 

Benjamin 220 201 

Benjamin Franklin 244 

Betsey 20 1 



BUTLER cont'd 

Bridget 227 

Charles 212 215 210 217 218 
227 22S JIM 267 

DOTCM 257 259 

Dorothy 261 

Elizabeth 219 225 228 248 254 

Ki'hraim 258 

Ichsbod 219 MQ 

Joanna 225 

John 219 225 228 248 254 

John Coaa 217 

Joaeph 215 210 

Joaeph Green xxii 

Judith 254 

Kexiah 219 220 246 

Loia 24(i 261 

Love 227 

Lucy 257 

Lydia 258 

Niaria 31 

Martha 255 

Mary 227 257 

Merriam S. 206 

Molly 257 

Moses 215 210 218 219 220 
225 229 246 259 

Nabby 259 

Nancy 2411 

Nathan 220 202 

Nehemiah 257 

Olive 229 201 200 

Oliver 200 

Pelatiah 201 

Peter 210 

Sally 2M> 

Samuel 255 257 258 

Sarah 212 215 210 217 218 
225 227 228 248 201 207 

Thomas 227 257 
BUTTERFIELD A. Augustine 

xxvii 
BUTTERS Alexander A. 20 

Betsey 20 

Caroline R 20 

Charles 20 

Elizabeth 17 

Mary 20 

Mary Elizabeth 20 

Nancy Kvans 20 

Reul>en 20 

Seth 20 

Simeon 20 
BYCRAFT Klixabeth 171 

William 171 
BYNG George 71 
BYRNE Harriet Gray lvii 

CABOT Hugh 1 

Mary Anderson 1 
CADY Charlotte E. 171 
CALKINS Calkin 

Alice lxiv 

Cheney H lxiv 

Oscar xxix 

Solomon 50 
CALLEY Hannah 119 

John 119 
CALTHORP Elirabeth 131 

Joan 131 

Martin Sir 131 
CAME Walter Littleficld xxix 
CAMPBELL Alfred 93 

Harriet 9.1 

Margaret 100 

Mary 300 

Mary E 23 

Sarah 305 

Thomas 100 
CAMPION Marie Louise 97 
CANDLER Eleanor 200 

Evaline 2CH. 

Mary Kllen 200 

Samuel 20<> 
CANE Lydia 224 



CANE ronf ! 

Mary . 

Samuel 
CANKIKLU l.l.ta Jane 171 

I II 171 
Canterbury Abp. of mi Whitgif t 

Join 

CANTWELL George Clarence 

171 
CAPEN Gertrude xxx 
CAPP Elizabeth 310 

Joaeph 310 
CARD Alio* 15 
I'eleg 15 

CARDEN 131 

Judith 131 
CARKFEK Morgan J. ix xxii 
CARLETON Abby C. 30 
Annie 30 
George W. 30 
John 30 
CARMAN Benjamin 70 
Caleb 80 
Elisabeth 80 
John 70 
Ixitt 79 
Polsy 80 
Prudence 80 
Samuel 79 80 
Sarah 80 
Zipporah 80 
CARNEGIE Andrew xxii xxrri 

Ixxii 

CARNESC G. 171 

Philander G. 171 

Philander H. 171 

CARNEY James 95 

Jane 95 
CARPENTER Debby 100 
l)el>orah 41 
Francia Wood xxii 
George Washington Greene 

xxix 
Molly 198 
Nicholas 191 
Olive 171 
Sally 108 
CARR Anne 48 
Betty 48 128 
Caleb 134 
Edith xxvii 
Hannah 103 255 
Henry J (Mrs.) xxvii 
James 100 
John 42 125 
Martha 42 
Mercy 134 
Mollv SO 

Moses 128 180 100 255 
Sarah 134 
Carrell •** Carroll 
CARRICK Alice Van Leer 157 
CARROLL Carrell 
Betsey 171 
Roger 237 273 274 
Timothy 171 
CARTER Abigail 20 
L. Averell ix xxii 
Martha 308 
Mary 303 
Nathaniel 20 
CARTWRIGHT Agnes 75 
Anna 75 
Edmund 75 
CARVELL John 277 
CASAVANT Kdna M. 317 
CASE Caroline Sumner xxiii 
xxxvii lxx 
Charles Gildersleeve 323 
James Brown lxx 
I^ura Lucretia lxx 
I-ouisa Williams Ixxi 
CASEY Carl 156 
Elita 177 
Henry B. 171 



V 



lxxxii 



Index of Persons 



CASEY cont'd 

William 171 

William (). 171 
CASHICK 120 

J. Win 120 
CASS John 240 

Mary 240 
CATER Sarah 45 
CATESBY Anthony 136 

Michael ISO 

ThoniM 138 

Wiburga 130 

gaudehao *te Cuddebaok 
AULIN Benjamin 318 
Betsey 318 
Jane Sinclair 318 
CAVE Anne 137 
Anthony 60 137 
Eliiabeth GO 130 137 
Mary 131 137 
CAVERLEY Alice 275 
CAWTHORN faith 5* 
CEARLEY Edmund 308 
Krnma Cornelia 308 
Larkin 308 
Lucretia 308 
Martha 308 
Mary 308 
Rachel 308 
William 308 
CECIL William 121 
CENTERBAR Alice M. 171 
Earl A. 171 
George C. 171 
GJiace »te Chase 
CUADBOURNE Chadbourn 
Abigail 230 

Benjamin 127 185 180 104 105 
Catherine 105 
Daniel 221 262 
Dorcas 247 
Elijah 222 
Elisha 222 
Elirabeth 37 103 214 221 222 

223 230 247 251 254 
Francis 252 
Hannah 252 
Humphrey 100 213 221 223 

230 247 
James 222 
Joanna 214 221 222 223 247 

250 261 
John 106 223 251 262 
Jonathan 105 
Joseph 106 250 
Joshua 184 
Katharine 230 252 
Levi 223 253 
Lucy 257 
Lydia 104 105 
Margery 256 
Martha 105 250 253 
Mary 105 106 230 248 240 253 

267 
Mary Jane 264 
Mehitable 195 106 
Nathan 223 
Olive 252 

Paul 221 222 223 247 250 
Phebe 214 247 253 
Polly 189 
Rebecca 264 
Reuben 221 
Sally 185 
Sarah 105 247 252 254 262 

263 264 
Scammon 252 
Shuah 202 

Simeon 222 223 247 252 251 
Thomas 195 
William 105 250 264 

CHAD WICK 47 

A. J. 172 
Abigail E. 172 
Abr»38 



CHADWICK cont'd 

Amy • \'A 
Betty 128 128 

Clarissa M 

Daniel 47 

Edmum I 

Eliiabeth 88 17 138 187 254 

Gustavua It 02 

Halt..- I. 172 

J M 171 

Jacob 

Jane 38 

Jason 02 

Molly -47 126 

Olive 47 

Sarah 38 47 126 105 

Thomas K ; 

Wallarr W. 02 

William 38 47 125 126 188 
254 
CHALLONER George C. 302 
303 

Mary Abby Tufts 302 308 
CHAMBERLAIN ChamU r 
Icyn 

George Walter 78 230 iivh 

Joan 233 

John 172 

Richard Sir 233 
CHAMPION Clarissa R. 50 

Cynthia 50 

John 56 

Mary 56 

1'icrce 50 

Rhoda 50 

Salmon 50 

Silas 50 
CHAMPLIN Elijah 5G 

Elixa 50 

Thomas 50 
CHANDLER — Rev. Mr. 181 

Charles Henry xxix 

Clcaveland Angicr lv 

Edmund lv 

Ellen lv 

Grace lv 

Grace Webster lv 

Horace Parker xxxviii liv 

Janies Mitchell lv 

Joseph lv 

Martha Ann Bush liv 

Peleg lv 

Peleg Whitman liv lv 

Philip lv 

Whitman Mitchell lv 
CHANEY Alden C tl 

Josephine Grcenlcaf 21 

Mary 24 
^ Ralph 24 

CHAPIN Amelia L. xxiii xxxvi 
Ixiv 

Charles Augustus (Mrs.) xxii 

Emily M xxii 

Ethan Samuel Ixiv 

I/Ouiaa lxiv 
CHAPMAN Betsey 23 

Daniel 120 

Eliiabeth 120 200 

Emma 120 

George z 

Hannah 119 120 

John 23 120 135 

John F. 23 

Lydia 103 

Marv 23 

Mary E 23 

Sarah i20 

Stephen 119 120 
CHAPPELL Chappcl Chappelle 

172 

Alfred B. 172 

Eliiabeth Helen 301 

Henrv B. 50 
Joel 50 
Julia 172 



CHAPPELL cont'd 

Julia 1 
Marv I 

CHARCI Hell I 172 

' HAi',' 11'. r viand 134 

CHAR NOCK John 201 

AJ1 
CHA 

Aar<.n 17.' 

Abraham 223 

Adelia I7J 

A'i'jilit Ini 

Althra liu 

Anna 220 

Arnold BufTum xxii 

Burt . 

l.\cht.e 172 

Eveline .Wily 172 

Eannie Scott xxvii 

' •■ rtrudfl 

Hannah 222 223 

Helen Eliiabeth xxii 

Isaiah 23 

Jamca xlv 

James E. 321 

Jane 105 

Joanna 2A3 

John 220 222 223 

John Carroll 77 78 150 100 

V VII \ 111 IX XI III Ilil XITI 

Jonathan 283 
Josiah 222 
Kind-all 305 
I. 313 

Laura Ann 10 
Laura Maria 160 
Lucy 08 
Mana 305 
Mark 2 
Mary 313 
Mirv I II 313 
Moses 19 

Nellie E if* Eveline Nelly 
Phebe 190 
Sally 283 
Salmon P. 200 
• •«.n B nii 
Simon 222 

Thomas 220 

Tirxnh . 

Van B. 172 

Walter Grcenough (Mrs) 

CHATHAM Daniel Perriral 

CHAUMBRE Thomas 207 
CHAUMONT Clinton A. 172 
CHAUNCY tlcorge 75 

Kntharine 75 
CHEEK Mary 71 75 

Rnlxrt 71 75 
CHEEVER Sarah A. 303 
CHENEY Chryne 

Louis H 77 xxii 

Hocer 232 233 
CHESLEY I.ucy 1 
^ Mary 195 
Cbeyne »** Chenev 
CHICK Aaroh 213 215 221 
I 226 230 240 240 250 

Ada 230 2 

Anna 230 257 

Betty 230 

Eliiabeth 213 215 220 247 
258 2' 

Hannah 230 263 

Harriet 204 

Huldah 203 

James - 

Joanna 261 

Johanna 202 

John 222 251 204 

Joseph 213 220 221 230 24s 
247 



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Index of Persons 



lxxxiii 



CHICK cont'd 

Iytvi 201 

Lydia 214 221 230 246 247 
202 

Mary 214 221 222 230 240 
248 240 250 200 

Mercy 240 203 « 

Molly 230 201 

Moses 221 

Nathan 221 

Tatty 240 

Peggy 204 

Tolly 202 

Sally 202 

Samuel 215 202 204 

Sarah 220 240 251 258 

Susannah 250 

William 221 
CHILD Childa 

Albert Stillman 172 

Annie E. 172 

Betsey B. 172 

Chauncy 172 

Francis Lane xxvii 

Jan C Matilda 172 

i/ouisa 172 

Lydia 172 

M. L. 172 

Marcus 172 

Mariette 172 

Mary 23 172 225 250 

Matilda tee Jan C. Matilda 

Phebe 172 

Proctor tee Solomon Proctor 

Samuel Mitchell viii 

Simon 172 

Solomon Proctor 172 

Thomas 172 

William 23 
CHILTON Mary Ixviii 
CHURCH Cynthia 18 

Elizabeth 18 

Hannah T. 155 

Helen Lois xxvii 

Ira 155 

Jane 18 

J crush ft 18 

Joseph 18 

Lemuel 50 

Lydia 50 

•Marcia 18 

Mary 18 

Nathaniel 18 

Rebecca 18 

Richard 18 

Sarah L. 172 
CHURCHILL Eliiabeth xxr 
CLAFLIN John xxii 
CLAPP Clap 

Elisabeth 207 310 

Galen 18 

Joseph 207 310 

Phebe 14 

Supply 125 184 

Willard M. 78 xxii 
CLAREY Sarah 213 
CLARK Clarke Clerk Clerke 

Abigail 50 212 217 220 240 
257 

Agnes 259 200 

Alexander 220 

Alice 08 74 283 

Amy 250 

Andrew 202 

Ann 134 

Anna 75 131 

Anna L. 50 

Anne 50 71 75 132 134 

Barbara 131 283 

Beatrice G8 

Betsey 240 250 

Catherine 71 72 75 193 

Cecilia 70 

Charles G. 258 

Charles Goodwin 210 217 



ci.ark ooat'd 

Clara Dwight 301 

('olllctlt 134 

Dorcas 131 132 
Dorothy 71 75 
Edward 70 131 

I ward C 102 
El.-urrr 101 215 223 
Eliphai 50 
Eliaal>eth 54 50 
EUsfttMtfc 0K 71 72 74 75 70 

131 219 I'V) 20<) 204 205 
Elisabeth Drvereux 205 
Em. -hue E. 89 
Em me 09 
Essex 72 132 
Eunice 224 250 
Frnnces 71 72 75 132 
Freeborn 134 
George 08 71 72 74 75 70 

130 132 
George Guthrie 301 
Gershom 50 
Grace 70 131 
Hannah 134 
Hanson 253 
Helen 71 132 
Henry 75 

Hollis 295 

Hopestill 134 

Isodia 74 

James 50 08 70 71 72 73 74 

75 70 114 130 131 132 

134 140 217 220 220 205 
Jane 71 72 75 257 
Jeremiah 08 72 73 132 133 

134 137 xvi 
Jeremy 72 132 137 
Jerusha 50 
Jessie Frances 27 
Jice 223 
Johanna 200 
John 50 08 70 71 72 73 74 75 

89 132 190 193 218 250 

264 
John Sir 75 70 
Jonathan 57 212 215 218 

220 224 225 228 
Jonathan Dana 215 253 
Joseph Horace xxix 
Josiah 183 252 
Judith 131 
Katharine 71 75 
Keziah 50 
Latham 134 
Laura A. 295 
La vine 205 
Lester Hollis 295 
Lucia 74 
Lvdia 200 205 
Mary 70 71 72 73 75 84 130 

131 132 137 140 224 249 
Mary L. xxvi 

Mercy 212 214 215 218 

220 225 228 253 
Merie tee Mary 
Molly 128 
Moses 54 50 214 
Patience 252 
Peter 131 
Phebe 253 
Phineas 50 
Polly 201 203 
Priacilla 50 
Rachel 223 220 
Rebecca 134 
Reginald 08 76 
Richard 08 71 72 70 132 
Robert 08 70 
Roger James 295 
Rubie Devereux 295 
Ruth 214 215 210 217 200 

204 
Sabra 204 
Sally 50 202 203 



CLARK cont'd 

Samuel 50 240 257 

Sarah 50 73 132 134 212 236 

248 243 258 
Sarah J. 80 
.-ley 301 
Shirley Devcrvui 301 

Sidney, li 

Stephen 218 250 
<*nnah 258 

Theodore L 17 

Thomas 08 70 71 72 70 

Timothy 57 

Tryphcna 50 

Walter 75 131 133 

Wealthy 

WeetOD 70 72 73 131 132 134 

William r,7 08 71 72 73 75 70 
131 132 140 214 215 216 
3 1 7 258 200 283 

William Sir 70 

William Hutler 284 

William IL 89 

William Madley 301 

Winifred 71 70 
CLARKSON Faith 52 

William 52 
CLAY Sarah Hurt 299 
CLEAVELAND Martha Ann 
Huah liv 

Parker IN- 
CLEMENT Clements 

187 

Aaron 251 

Abigail 197 

Abner 180 

Allan M. xxii 

Anna 197 

Benjamin 200 

Betsey 200 

Betty 197 

Deborah 197 

Ebencierl2«179 197 

Elijah 191 193 

Eliaatwth 182 187 

Enoch 197 

Experience 255 

Hannah 197 214 247 

Hanson 206 

James 128 187 266 

Jeremiah 197 255 

Joanna 205 

Job 129 197 

John 86 191 

Judith 255 

Louis 205 

lis 187 190 266 

Nfarv 30 247 205 

Molly 103 197 

M.'sca 197 200 

Pollv 200 200 

Sal. ma 109 

Sally 202 

8amuel 182 190 255 

Sarah 30 128 182 190 251 

Shuah 247 202 

Sylvia Stehbins 160 

Timothy 186 

Triatin 109 
Clerk tee Clark 
Cl.-rke »r, Clark 
CLIFFORD John 08 
CLIFTON Charles (Mrs.) xxii 

Grace xxii 

Katharine 139 
CLOSSON John 302 

Maria Abigail 302 
CLOUTMAN Mehitable 206 

Thomas 200 
CLUSKEY 315 

Sophia E. 315 
CLYNTON Alice 279 

Mary 131 

Thomas 131 
COBB Lois 305 



lxxxiv 



Index of Persons 



COBB cont'd 

]{.-l»<r<a II 
COBLEIGH Kotnna 153 
COBURN John 107 

Rachel H)7 

Rebecca 107 
COCHRANE Cochran 

Alexander xxxvii li Ui 
Alexander F.> n<l<- liii 
Charlotte liii 

Ethel liii 

Francis Douglas liii 

Heater liii 

Isabel 307 

James Sullivan liii 

Margaret li 

Marjorie liii 

Mary Lynde lii 

M«v liii 

William C. 242 
CODDINGTON William 133 
CODMAN Martha C. 150 xxii 
COES Mary 119 
COFFIN 125 

Charles W. 96 

Daniel 2. r >. r > 

Edmund MO 

Helen S. 90 

Isaac Sherwood ix xxii 

Joseph 102 

Marthn 2b0 

Molly 255 

Nellie <><; 

Peggy 102 
COGGESHALL Ann 134 

John xvi 
COGGINS Polly 307 
COIT Helen Chandler lxv 

Joshua lxv 
COLBATH Eunice 260 

James A 200 
COLBY Anthony 240 

Roscoe E 240 
COLCORD 200 

Charlotte 258 

Ella 200 

Jesse 258 
COLE Coles 

Abigail 47 

Alice 282 

Betty 45 

Ebenezcr 45 47 

Esther 47 50 127 

George 28l' 

Hannah 105 

John 45 180 

Judith 45 188 

Mary 45 47 250 

Nathan 45 

Patience 45 

Phebe 47 

Pollv IM 

Sarah 30 45 180 

Thomas 45 

Tobias 45 250 
Coleman tee Colman 
Coles tee Cole 
Colewell see Colwcll 
COLGATE James Colby 150 

xxii 
COLLAMORE Olive 92 
COLLIER Colyer 

22 

Elisabeth 55 

Joseph 55 

Margaret 22 
COLLINS Anne 134 

Elisabeth 21 

Frances 21 

Michael Henry 21 
COLMAN Coleman 

Abigail 110 

Bertha 301 

John 110 
COLOMY Patience 256 



COLOMY cont'd 
Richard 21 

COLSTON Ivlward ii xxii 
COLT Samuel (Mm ) xlvi 

Samuel Pomeroy xxii 
COLTON Frank Kthendgexxvii 

Mary 319 
COLWELL Colewell 

Agnes 873 

Hurl. urn 273 274 275 

John 273 

Lucy 273 

Mane 273 

Richard 273 

Tec I a 27.1 

Thomas 271 272 273 274 275 
280 281 
Colyer tee Collier 
COMSTOCK Joseph 57 

Oliver II. 57 

8. R 57 

William Ogilvie 77 160 vi x 
CONE Kate Morris viii 
CONGDON Abby 14 

Abigail 14 

Benjamin 14 

Elizabeth 14 

Gideon G. 14 

Hannah 14 

Henry 14 

John 14 

Jonathan 14 

Joseph 14 

Mary 14 

Phebe 14 

Sarah 14 
CONNOR Jeannette M. xiii 

Washington Everett (Mrs.) 
xxii 
CONRAD Arcturus Z. 100 
CONVERSE Arad 172 173 

Burton H. 172 

Charles J. 172 

Cheney 172 

Cheney It. 172 

Cordelia M. 312 

Edmund Cogswell xxii 

Elisha J. 173 

Eunice M. tee Minerva E. 

Fanny 172 

Frank H. 25 

J. H. tee Jchial K. 

James Owen 173 

Jane A. 172 

Jehial II . tee Jchial K. 

Jehial K. 173 

Josiah 172 173 

Kate 173 

Mary Elizabeth 25 

Mary K. 173 

Mary P. 172 

Matilda 172 173 

Minerva 172 

Minerva E. 172 173 

Owen J. tee James Owen 

Roxana H. 173 

Sarah 172 
COOK Cooke 

Abigail 45 47 

Benjamin 21 

Bethanah 47 

Deborah 47 

Elisabeth 45 47 

Francis Ixviii 

Ichabod 47 

Jonathan 45 47 

Joseph 45 1T8 191 

Ker.iah 45 

I^muel 47 

Lucy 47 

Mary 21 47 

Mary Abigail lxx 

Mercy 45 

Nathaniel 45 47 

Peter 47 



COOK contM 

Reul>en 47 
*-rl 45 

Samuel 47 

Sarah 21 45 

Susannah 45 

William 4.'» 
COOLIDGE Calvin 77 78 10O 



in 

Klizar«eth xxii 
Emily M. xui 
I r«lrric ShurtlefT 



(Mr. 



XXII 

Henry Dingley 322 

Thomas Jefferson iz xxii 
COOMBS Suaan 301 
COOPER Mary 200 

Thomas Up of Winchester 
119 320 
COPP Polly 363 

Roger 2 
COPT Abigail 266 

Samuel 266 
COREY Fanny Maris zzn 
CORLIS John 173 
CORMERAIS Henry I) xviii 
CORNEWAYLL John 235 
CORSE— Mrs 154 

Alt>ert Chaston 173 

Ann Janette 173 

Asensth 173 178 

Azar.ah 151 154 173 174 

Betsey 173 174 

Edgar J 173 

Elects 171 

Exeriah tee Assrish 

Gad 173 

George Clinton 173 

Harriet 173 

Hattie A 173 

Hubert Clinton 173 

L.irells 173 

Maria 173 

Mary Ann 173 

Mary C. 173 

Norman 173 

Rensselaer C 173 

Sophis 154 167 
CORTILBY John 270 
COSS Cosse 

Hannah 248 207 

Sarah 248 2 7 
COSTELOW John 189 

Lydia 189 

COTTEREL 128 

COTTON 140 

Abigail 198 

Elizabeth 137 140 

Henry 320 

Jerome 137 140 

Nicholas 140 

Richard 140 

Sussn 140 

Susan Browning xx.x 

William 279 
COURSON Benjamin 258 

Betsey 256 258 

Kexish 47 

Timothy 256 
COURTMAN William 69 70 
COUSINS Eluabeth 305 

Ella Ursula 295 

Jane 295 

Mary Derereux 295 

Samuel Pederick 296 

William Shaw 295 
COWAN Cowen 

174 

Eliss 174 

Lizzie E. 174 

Msry Ann 318 

Sussn 174 

Thomas 174 

ThomssC 174 
COWELL Abigail 210 266 



Index of Persons 



lxxxv 



COWELL cont'd 

Abigail Lindsay 210 

John Glover 210 
Cowen tee Cowan 
COX Coxe 

Alexander 18 

Augusts 10 

Cynthia 18 

Khene er 17 18 20 

Edwin 18 

Edwin Barstow 10 

Elizabeth 18 31 

Francis Oscar 19 

George 18 

Harriet 18 

llirah 18 

Uirah Church 18 

Jane 18 

John 18 

Laura Ann 19 

Lvdia 20 

Macgrane ix xxii 

Margaret 18 

Robert 18 

Ruth 18 20 04 

Samuel Houghton 155 xxii 

Sarah 18 
COYLE Anna Shepherd 296 

George Noma 296 
CRAIG Craige 

174 

Jane 104 

CRANE Albert xiv xviii 

Charles Timothy xxvii 

Deborah 57 

Ellen J. xxii 

Jonathan 57 

Richard Teller xxii 

Thomas xv 

Winthrop Murray xxvi 

Zenas (Mrs ) ix xxii 
CRANFORD Thomaa 279 
CRANMER Agnes 75 

Thomaa Abp. of Canterbury 
75 
CRANSTON James 134 

John 133 134 

Mary 134 
CRAPO William Wallace xxii 
CREAMER A. B. 92 

Nancy Jane 92 
CREASi Creesey Crissie 

Ebenezer 262 

Harriet 175 

Mary W. 210 

Sally 262 
CRITTENDEN Albert Ran- 
dolph xxii 
CROCKER Esther 57 

Simon 57 

William Henry xxii 
CROMWELL Cromwel 

— Mr. 180 
Benjamin 194 
Dorothy 37 125 
Eliphalet 37 129 179 
Elizabeth 37 137 
Esther 37 
Hannah 37 

Henry Sir 137 

John 191 

Keziah 37 129 

Lucy 37 

Lydia 191 

Oliver 137 

Rachel 37 192 

Samuel 37 

Sylvanus 37 

William Nelson 156 xxiii 
CROOKE John 271 
CROOKER Elijah Philip 22 95 
CROPLEY Eugene Irving xlvii 

Jacob Howard xlvii % 

Jacob Miller xlvii 

John xlvii 



CROPLEY cont'd 
Loiii.ne xlvii 

Ralph Edward xhu 

Sarah Delma xzivii xlvii 

Walter Lvle xlvii 
CROSBY Emma xxvii 

William II xxiii 

William Howard (Mrs.) xxvii 
CROWNINSHIELD Louisa xxi 

Mary 207 
CRUMP Marbara 131 

Joan |S1 

John 131 

Nicholas 131 

William 131 
CRUSH John 69 

Thomas 70 
CRYDER Mary Alsop 157 
CUDDEBACK Caudebac 

Jacques 241 

William Louis 241 
CUDLYNGTON Richard de 

234 
CULLUM James Barlow 157 
CULPEPPER Elizabeth 75 
CUMMINGS 208 

Charles B. 208 

Edward A. 208 

Elisabeth 207 

George M. 208 

Harriet Devereux 207 

John 207 

Mark 208 

Mary H 208 

Mary R. 7fi 

Mercy 207 

Mercy A. 208 

Ralph Devereux 208 

Thomaa 207 

Thomas F. 208 

William 208 
CUMNER Harry Wadleyxxxviii 
xxxix 

Nathaniel xxxix 

Nellie Buckingham xxxix 

Preacott T. xl 
CUNNINGHAM Anna 98 

Cora A. 297 

Cora Frances 297 

Devereux Dee 297 

Donald Horace 297 

Frederick 297 

Henry Winchester 3 

Horace 297 

Jessie Hazel 297 

Merlin Duane 297 

Myrtle Hegina 297 

Orville Herbert 297 

Sophia 93 

Veda Louise 297 

William 98 
CURLE William 271 
CURRIER Julia J. 174 

S. B. 174 
CURTIS Curteia Curtice 

John 24 

Lizzie 32 

Mary 41 

S S. 174 

Samuel 57 

Sarah 57 

Walter 277 

William .<2 
CURZON Walter 275 
CUSHING Cushion 

—Col. 285 

A. 174 

Caleb 107 

Ethel liii 

Gordon P 174 

Howard G. (Mrs.) liii 

John 185 

Jonathan 124 

Lois 103 

Mary 107 



CUSHING cont'd 
Oliva I 

IV-. 

Sally 2< 
Surah . 

CUSHMAN 29 

Adeline 29 

Ajlerton Seward is xxiii 

Ambrose 57 

Barl.ara Bat 

t*ey 28 
Caroline 57 

trie* A 28 
Charlotte A. 28 
David Oniii.l.y 93 

irgt I 28 

liora.r C 28 
Iaaiah 28 

Larl 28 

Mary 29 

Sarah 57 

Thomaa 57 
CUTHBERT 142 

Mary 142 

Nathaniel 142 
CUTLER Abner 91 

Amos 174 

George Myron 174 313 

Joseph Beach 174 

Katharine 174 

Lucelia B. 174 

Lucy 174 

Maria Julia 91 

Maria I' 91 

Persia W. 310 
CUTT Cutta 

Ann 03 

Foxwell Curtis 248 266 

Joseph 124 

Marv 248 2(W 
CUTTING Catherine 174 

Derexia 174 

Emma S. 174 

Gaylord H 174 

Henry H. 174 

Orrilla 174 

Samuel U 174 

Stephen 174 

Svlvia M. 174 

Walter H. 174 
Cutta »ee Cutt 

DAGGETT Caleb 174 
Elisa J 89 
Harriet 174 

John E 174 
DAHL Katharine 308 
DALBON James 271 
DAMM — Widow 40 

lasachar 125 

Judith 125 

Samuel 40 

Sarah 50 
DAMON Annie Hinckley 157 

Harry Eaton (Mrs ) xxvu 

Mary M xxvn 
DANBV William 270 
DANE Edward 174 

Nancy 174 

Nancv J 174 
DANFORTH Charles F. xxix 
DANIELSON James 57 

Mary 57 
DANVERS Anne 136 

Richard 235 

William 2-15 
DARROW Nellie xxvu 
DAUNTESEY Dawnsty 

Jane IV. 0. 272 
DAVIDSON Harriet 153 
DAVIS Davies 

A 174 

Abner H. 174 175 

Alberts E 175 

Almina L. 174 



V 



Lxxxvi 



Index of Persons 



DAVIS cont'd 

Almit.i 174 175 

Amioi 174 175 

Allgenetti' 174 

Annie 174 

ArvilU 17.') 

Churl. •« 265 

I) 174 

Daniel 2G3 

Dolor 70 

Eli 175 

Elisabeth 88 

Elisabeth Devereux 205 

Elixat>oth Julia Ann 300 

Elmira I). 310 

Elmira W. 310 

Emily Mildred 91 

Emme 1 10 

Frank 295 

Hannah 119 . 

Harriet 175 

Hollis 175 

Homer H. 175 

Ira 175 

Isaac 310 

James 129 

Jennie 175 

Joseph 1 19 

Julien Tappsn xxiii 

l.<-«-f:i tee Relief 

Ix)ve 212 263 

Lvdia M. 174 175 

Mary Ann lxii 

Minetta 295 

Nelson C. xxix 

Olive 189 

Patience 265 

Polly 263 

Relief 175 

Rubie Frank 295 

Rufus 175 

Sarah 175 

Sarah A. 175 

Sarah E 295 

Sarah M. 175 

Solomon 174 175 

Susannah 41 

Thankful 310 

Timothy 184 

Timothy C 175 

William 119 212 

William Luther (Mm.) 237 

Zebulun 41 
DAVY Christopher Sir 279 

Thomas Sir 279 
DAWLEY Benjamin 16 

Daniel 16 

Hannah 16 

Phebe 16 

Ruhamah 16 

William 16 
Dawnsty tee Daunteeey 
DAWSON Joan 52 
DAY Abby Ella 28 

Alden A. 28 

Curtis Fisher 158 

Eugene H. ix xxiii 

Everett I^eslie 28 

Frances Lillian 28 

Fred Holland xxvii 

George Washington 28 

Mary Grace 28 

Marv Louisa 28 
DEAN Deane 

A. G. 175 

Albertie 175 

Alma 175 

Amos 175 

Asa 175 178 

C. Ellen 175 

Cathariner 175 

Charlotte H. 175 314 

Chauncey 175 

Daniel 175 

Delphia 175 



DEAN cont'd 

Ellen I 

I raamua P 17' 

I i utus P. 176 

Eunice 173 

Franklin 175 

r K r Cutler 175 

George Edwin 175 

fleorge F. I 78 

Harriet A 175 176 

Harriet E. 175 

Henry [75 

Ira Fay 17.'. 

Iaadore 175 176 

Jane B. 175 

Joel 17.', 

John ISf 

John Ward 5 

Laura P. 176 

Mahalla A. 175 

Marvin Ansel 78 xxiii 

Mary 176 

Mary 8. 175 

Maryann Ix>rane 176 

Polly 168 169 176 

Robert 175 176 

Tmman 175 176 
DEARBORN Evelina B. 205 

William 385 
Dearing tee Deering 
1 >'• Bedcford tee Bcdcford 
De Bereford tee Bereford 
DECKER Betsey 94 

Joseph 94 
DECOSTA Benjamin Frank- 
lin 284 
DECOTO Priscilla Le Fcvre 

309 
De Cudlyngton tee Cudlyng- 

ton 
DEE Daniel 297 

Josephine 297 

Lucy 168 

Marietta 297 
DEERING Dearing 

Charles xxvi 

Gideon 258 

Mary 258 

William 258 
DEFOREST Elinor Maria 239 
De Hampton tee Hampton 234 
DELANO Eugene zxiii 

Frederic A. 157 

Warren 78 xxiii 
DELAWARE West William 

Ix>rd 320 
DEMERIT — Capt. 128 
De Morteyn tee Morton 
De Musenden tee Mussendon 
De Mussendon tee Mussendon* 
DENBIGH Feilding Basil Earl 
of 140 

Feilding William Earl of 140 
DENHAM Edward xxvii 

Eleanor Cotton xxx 
DENIK.E Mary Catherine 304 
DENIO Arthur 176 

Charles 176 

Clarissa G. 176 

Elxina S. 176 

Experience 176 

George W. 17.'. 

Harriet N. 178 

Harriet Newell 176 

Herbert Williams 150 167 310 

Horace 176 

Louise Fletcher 176 

Svlvanus A. 176 

Timothv 176 

Willie llorace 178 
DENISON Joseph 108 

Prudence 108 
DENNETT Dennet Dennit 

Deborah 250 

Hunkin 259 



DENNETT cont'd 
James Vaugban inn 
Jr _"XJ 

Lydia 254 

Nabby 259 

!y 259 
Samuel 250 
'.in a* 259 
DENNIS Arthur Wellington 

inn 

I)e\rr«-ul 120 

El.ial.elri ; 

Hannah 120 

James 120 

John 1 

John Bartlctt xxiii 

J..naa 13 I 
rah 120 
<annah 120 
DENNISTON William 180 
Dennit tte Dennett 
DENT Bridget 146 

Cuthr>crt 148 
DENTON — Mr. 272 

— Mrs 272 

Thomas 271 
I >•- Roos tee Roos 
DE ROSE Mary G. xxiv 
I )e Sevton tee Seyton 
DETHICK Anne 140 
Deuerecka tee Devereux 
Deuereux tee Devereux 
■'irex tee Devereux 
DEVF.NS Alice D. xxn 
DEVEREUX Deuerecka I 

ereui Deuourex Devorix 

294 298 

Abbott 206 

Abby Ingalls 209 295 

Abigail 200 201 202 203 205 
7 209 301 306 

Abigail Ann 207 

Abigail llurrrill 204 

Abigail Cowell 210 

Abigail Lindsay 210 

Albert 294 

Alice Bray 205 

AlvaretU 294 

Amanda J. 208 

Amy Maud 295 

Andrew Jackson 205 

Ann 115 116 117 118 119 120 

Ann I. C. 298 

Ann Sehna 298 

Anna 200 202 

Annie 294 

Antoinette Cecilia 299 

Antoinette Huntington 299 

Ardella Horton 211 

Arthur Forrester 211 299 300 
301 

Arthur Milton 298 

Augusta M 294 

Augustus R. 294 

Benjamin 303 

Benjamin Potter 202 

Bertha 301 

Bertha Bohun 300 

Bethia 116 119 120 

Betsey 202 

Betsey Gerry 204 

Betsey Hill 210 

Reulah Thayer 297 

Burnll 200 201 204 

Burton White 297 

Caroline A. 294 

Carrie R. 294 

Charles Arthur 209 295 

Charlee Bryant 294 

Charles Russell 295 

Charlee Unham 211 

Charles WarTen 298 

Charles W.llard 298 

Charlotte Story 210 301 



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lxxxvii 



DEVEREUX cont'd 

Charlotte .Story Forrester 211 

Clara Anna 290 

Clara Wait* 300 

Cora B. 205 

Cora B. 200 

Daniel 204 

David 205 

Dennia 205 

Dorm .101 

Khcnezer Breed 209 

Edward Forrester 211 

Kldndge 205 

Eleanor 200 

Elijah Winslow 207 

Eliitha 205 

Eliaha Gatchell 202 

Eliaha Story 209 

Eliza 200 

Eliia A. 294 

Eliaa Ann 208 

Eliza Dodge 211 

Elisa Jackson 208 

Elizabeth 1 16 1 18 100 200 

202 203 204 207 208 206 
Elizabeth Elbridge 204 
Elizabeth F. MM 
Ella Ursula 205 
Ellsworth 205 
Km ma F. 206 
Kmma Jeanette 207 
Emma N. 206 
Emme 116 110 
Erma 205 
Eugenie L. 204 
Ferdinand 296 
Flora 204 
Florence 204 
Frances J. 206 
Frances Marion 301 
Frances Rebecca 207 
Francis Hohun 211 
Francis Story 211 
Frank 206 
Frank R 205 
Frank Willard 207 
George Adams 206 
George Forrester 211 
George H. 204 
George Humphrey 206 210 

211 
George K. 301 
George N. 206 
George Thomas 206 207 
Georgiana 207 
Gladys 205 
Guy Hawthorne 301 
Hannah 118 110 100 200 201 

202 204 205 206 208 
Hannah Leach 210 
Hannah Nichols 210 
Harriet 208 
Harriet I-ouisa 208 
Harriet Sherman 208 
Hattie J. 205 
Henry Kelsey 200 
Henry Leach 210 
Henry Walcott 207 
Herbert 204 
Hester 204 
Hester A. 203 
Homer Augustus 207 
Horace 201 
Hubert Kimball 208 
Hudson 200 
Humphrey 115 116 118 110 

100 200 201 202 203 204 

206 301 
Isaac Story 210 
James 205 210 
Jane 208 
Jane Dewey 211 
Jane W . MM 
Jefferson 207 208 
Jennie Oakley 204 



DEVEREUX cont'd 
Jessie Hazel 297 
John 114 11. '> I Hi 117 118 110 
120 IM MM 201 MM MM 

200 201 210 203 2V5 296 
298 -'09 
John Forrester 211 
John II 2 '.•.*. 
John Henry 209 
John Homer 296 
John Newell . 
John Newhall MM 
Joseph 1 15 118 110 199 200 
202 205 200 208 200 210 
Joseph r redo rick 200 
Joseph Lull 207 
Joseph Nathaniel 210 
Joseph W. 205 
Josephine Maria 210 
Julia 200 

Julian French 200 
Katharine V. 207 
Laura A. 205 
Leonard 208 
Lois 202 205 208 
Lois Ingcrson 204 301 306 
Loisa M 200 
I>orean J. 207 
Louise Latham 301 
1-ouine Lennan 204 
Lowcna 205 
Lydia 202 203 205 206 
Lydia May 206 
Lydia Newhall 206 
Mabel Annie 205 
Margaret 100 MM 201 206 
Margaret Harriman 203 
Margaret Smith 200 
Marguerite 205 
Maria Louise 207 
Maria Lucy 207 
Marianne Silsbce 211 
Marietta 207 
Mark C. 204 208 205 
Martha 205 204 300 
Martha J. 206 
Mary 110 200 205 206 208 

211 205 200 
Mary A. 204 
Mary Ann 200 200 
Mary Broughton 200 210 
Mary H. 204 
Mary Jane 205 
Mary Joy 206 
Mary King 210 
Mary Knight 200 
Mary W. 810 
Mary Winslow 204 
Matilda A. 200 
Matilda Cornelia 208 
Mehitablc 208 
Mehitablc Wilson 206 
Melvina 204 
Mercy 207 
Merle Vincent 207 
Mildred Abecl 200 
Mildred Aileen 209 
Nancy 203 204 
Nathaniel 205 200 210 
Nathaniel Anthonv 210 
Nathaniel King 206 209 
Nehemiah 205 207 
Nellie MM 

Nicholson Broughton 206 
Pauline Klizabeth 298 
Pauline Faye 208 
Percy Arthur 207 
Percy Raymond 297 
Potter 202 
Prudence 205 
Ralph 115 116 118 110 200 

201 202 204 205 207 203 

204 205 301 306 
Ralph Potter 210 
Ralph W. Mil 



DEVEREOX co: 
Relxy-ca 207 
RebeccA Thompson 205 
Reul>en 207 208 294 295 
Rirhsrd Austin 207 
Rol*rt HI 117 118 110 199 

200 M)l 2i . i • j 301 
Robert Hurr.ll M>1 

Robert C 211 

Rosrnar Styer 298 

Ruth 201 ; 

Ruth Pott< 

Ruth Ruddoeh 209 

Ruth Story 210 

Ruthy 209 

Samuel 200 201 

Samuel F. 296 

Sarah 1 10 120 200 201 204 

Sarah Hurt 299 

Sarah K. 205 

Sarah I-ouiae 297 

Sarah Pedrick 206 

Selina Eliza 208 

Serena 296 

Seth Kimball 209 298 

Susannah 116 110 120 200 

201 202 
Tabitha 200 
Tabitha Story 210 
Thomas 110 
Thomas Bartlett 200 
Ursula 204 

Velrna 207 

Walter Forrester 211 

Warren J 200 

Wilbert Arthur 205 

Willard 208 296 

William 110 

William Henry 206 

William B. 294 

William Story 210 
DE VRIES John Hendrik 156 
De Weston »t< Weston 
DEWEY Abel 57 

Betsey F, 57 

Rezalcel 57 

Kheneier 57 

Eliphalet 57 58 

Flavel 57 

Hephzibah 57 

Israel 57 

Jerusha 57 

John 57 

Josiah 57 

Phylona 57 

Rhoda 57 

Susannah 57 58 
DEWING Arthur Stone xxvii 

Thomas Wilmer Ixvi 
DEWOLF Cecilia 32 

Margaret P. 32 

William Frederick 32 
DEXTER Alice 8 78 
DICK Richard 125 
DICKERMAN H W. 158 

Watson Rradley 157 
DICKEY Klizabeth 18 

George 18 

John 18 22 

Margaret IS 22 

Nancy 18 

Sarah 18 22 

Thomas 18 

William 18 
DICKINSON Austin 241 

Hazter 241 

Hannah 00 
DIERWANGER Adeline If. 296 

Anna Shepherd 296 

Frederika Brema MM 

Joseph Anton 296 

Lillian Julia 296 

Ludwig 296 

Lydia Ms* 296 

Mildred Rswe 206 



v 



lxxxviii 



Index of Persons 



DILLINGHAM Walter F. ix 

DIMOCK Henry F. (Mrs.) 
zxiii 

Hunan C. xxiii 
DINSMORE Almira 304 

Helen Frances xiiii 

William M. (Mm i xxiii 
DITSON Charles Healy 76 xxiii 
DIXON Anne Ml 

DorcM 141 

Helene 141 

Ichalxxl 250 

Lvdia 250 

Margaret 141 

Moeea 170 

Nelaon C. 170 

Richard 141 

Susan 170 
DIXWELL Epes Sargent xlv 

xlix 
DOAX Hannah 202 

James 202 

Lydia 202 

Ruth 202 
DOANE Done 

Axubah 170 177 

Benjamin 170 170 177 

Bradley 177 

Bradley J. 170 

Charles B. 177 

Curtis G. 170 

E. 177 

Ehenexer 311 
Ellen H. 170 177 
Emma 177 

F. H. 170 
Fanny 170 
Hattie B. 170 
Henan S. 177 
Henry 176 
Henry Morton 170 
James H. 177 
John W. 177 

M. J. 168 

Martha A. 311 

Mary 176 

Mary A. 176 

Mildred 177 

Minnie 177 

Persia 176 177 

Precinda 176 

Sophronia 177 
DODD Rebecca 78 xxix 
DODGE Caroline Augusta 303 

Carrie M. 303 

Ccbera 12 

Cleveland Hoadley xxiii 

Cora J. 303 

Elixa 206 

Ernest 303 

Francis Phelps 156 

Israel 206 

Lois 304 

Lucia 206 

Maud A. 303 

Reuben G. W. 303 
DOE Ella Frances 30 

George 29 

Isaac B. 30 

Lydia 30 

Mary 29 

Otis 29 
DOGGETT Experience 58 

Samuel Bradlee vi 

Thomas 58 
DOHENY Edward Lawrence 

156 xxiii 
Done tee Doane 
DONELSON Rebecca Totman 

11 
DONNELL Dunnel Dunnell 

Abigail 21 1 255 

Benjamin 100 

Deborah 100 



DONNELL cont'd 

Diadama . 

Haminti 253 

Mary 1'*) 

Thomas 100 
DONOVAN Dunivan 

Abigail 168 

J. \UH 

Nancy 168 
DONTAN Bell E 172 

Hiram 172 

Lucy C. 172 
DORE Door Doore 

Agnes 264 

Benaiah 257 

Benjamin 264 

Ex: erience 257 

Philip 186 

Polly 2(14 

William 264 
DORITY Kmily 309 

Horace 297 

Maria Louise 297 

Prentiss E Stanley 297 

Ralph E. 297 

Rubie Frances 297 
Rubie H. 297 
DOTY Betty 22 
DOUGLAS Archibald Earl of 
Angus tee Angus Earl of 
Rol>ert D 237 
Dounham tee Dunham 
DOW Dows 

Emma Maynard liii 

George Francis vii 

Hannah Lull 29. 

Maria Cornelia Durant liii 

Neal liii 

Tracy 237 
DOWD Joseph xxiii 
Downes tee Downs 
DOWNEY Elixa 177 

JaneC. 177 

Lane 311 

I>aura E. 311 

Ruaaell 177 

William 311 

William S. 177 
DOWNING Angelina 25 

Jane 25 

John 25 
DOWNS Oownct 

220 

Aaron 255 

Abigail 40 

Anna 257 

Anne 49 

Benjamin 255 

Betsey 258 

Betty 227 

Charity 50 

Charles 265 

Daniel 257 

David 257 

Diadama 257 

Dorcas 265 

Dorothy 49 

Ebenerer 217 222 

Elisha 257 

Esther 40 

Esther B 167 

Gershom 40 

Hannah 187 222 249 255 

Ichabod 215 255 203 

Jacob 222 

James 250 

Jededial 250 

John 40 167 187 

Jonathan 49 

Joshua 249 

Judah 216 217 

Judith 49 227 260 

Ix)ve 43 

I.ucv 253 

Lydia 251 257 



DOWNS cont'd 
Martha 248 265 
Mai 254 

Mrr. > 251 ;"-4 
-'55 

Moa*-« . 

Nabhj 

Nathan .el 215 217 

Olivs 2 

Pal 26 256 

Paul 216 217 
IVtrr 263 
Prttbfl 250 
PhiaaM 40 49 

Reuben 40 187 222 

Bally ■: 
mud 49 

Sarah 107 

Susannah 215 217 220 

Tamtine 1' 

Thomas 213 210 217 219 227 

William 188 193 251 
Dows tee Dow 
DOYLE Anna 105 

James 105 
DRAKE Frederick Townsley 
xxvii 

Hannah 111 

Samuel Gardner xiii 
DRAPEK r.eorge Albert xiiii 
DRAYCOTE Anne 139 

Frances 139 

John 139 

Philip 139 

Richard 136 
DREW Abigail 39 41 184 

Amelia xli 

Amelia Ellen xli 

Iietty 248 207 

Edmund 39 191 

Evelina B 205 

Francis 39 

Hannah 39 41 191 

Joanna 39 

Job xli 

John 39 41 184 191 

Joseph Lawrence xli 

Joaeohine nivm xli 

Susan . 

William Stanole 41 
DROSSE Henry 248 

Mary 248 
DROWN Drowns 

Daniel 127 

Samuel 127 
DUDLEY Sarah 250 

Trueworthy 256 
DUER Douglas H. (Mrs) ix 

DUFFEE Henry 267 

Mary 207 
DUNBAR 208 

Abby W 208 

Bennett 290 

Burke 297 

Charles 208 

Charlea CarToll 208 

Elisha 297 

Elixa 208 

El.iabeth 208 294 296 

Elixabeth F. 294 

Ellen 297 

Kmmi Jeanette 297 

Eunice 208 

France* M 208 296 

Julia Ann 206 

Karl Burke 297 

Mary Jov 296 

Reuben 294 296 

Susan 208 
DUNGAN Barbara 72 133 

Elixabeth 132 

Frances 72 132 

Thomas 132 133 

Walter Sir 132 



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DUNCAN cont'd 

William 72 1.12 133 
DUNHAM Dounham 

Bethia 312 

Daphne C 151 

Elisabeth 279 

II. W 151 

Humphrey 279 

James II. 177 

Joseph 177 

Joseph All>ert 177 

Laura Allen 177 

Paulina 1 77 
Dunivan ttt Donovan 
DUNLAP 104 

David 103 

Elisabeth 106 

Frances H. 103 

Jane 102 106 

Jean 107 

Jennet 102 

John 102 103 

Loia 103 

Lydia 103 

Marcia Scott 101 

Mary 102 103 

Nancy 103 

Richard T 102 

Robert 102 103 106 107 

Robert Pinckney 102 

Samuel 103 
DUNN B. 177 

Betsey 177 

II. 177 

Harriet 177 

James 177 

Joab 8. 177 

John 177 

John B. 177 

L. A. 177 

Lucy Ann 177 

M. D. 174 

Margaret Fulton 177 

Norman 177 

Royal S. 177 
Dunnel tee Donnell 
Dunnell tet Donnell 
DUNNING 104 

Aaron 105 107 

Abiel 104 

Abiezer 106 

Abigail 105 106 

Agnes 106 

Alexander 104 

Alice 104 106 

Alice Mains 106 

Andrew 97 98 99 100 102 103 
104 105 106 107 

Andrew J. 105 

Ann 106 

Anna 98 104 105 

Anne 106 

Benjamin 98 100 104 105 106 

Betsey 103 105 

Caroline 104 

Charles 106 

Charles H. 104 

Charles Lincoln 107 

Christopher T. 104 

Clarissa 104 

Clement S. 106 

David 98 99 100 101 102 103 
104 106 107 

David S. 105 

Deborah 100 105 106 

Delia Ann 108 

Dorcas 105 

Edmund 98 

Eliza 104 

Elizabeth 98 102 103 104 105 
106 107 108 

Elizabeth Dunlap 107 

Elizabeth Ewing 106 

Elizabeth T. 104 

Esther 107 



DUNNING cont'd 

I ranch II 

1 HUM m Fd ward 107 

Corge 98 106 

( .«<>rge Freeman 98 107 

Hannah 10! 100 106 

Hannah Stanwood 107 

Harriet 107 

Hick 98 

Horace 107 

Howard O'Brien 107 

Isaac 106 

Isabella M. 108 

Jacob 98 

James 97 98 99 100 101 103 

104 105 106 

Jane 100 103 104 105 106 

Jean 107 

Jeannctte 104 

Jennet 102 

Jenny 100 105 

Joanna 105 

John 98 100 101 102 103 104 

105 107 

John Andrew 107 

John Frederic 107 108 

John Jefferson 103 

John O'Brien 107 

Jonathan 98 

Joseph 100 106 108 

Joseph Nye 108 

Lois 107 

Lydia 105 

Marcia Scott 107 

Margaret 98 100 102 104 106 
107 

Margaret Pennell 106 

Maria 108 

Martha 100 103 104 

Martha Lithgow 104 

Mary 98 100 101 102 103 104 
105 106 107 

Mary Eliza 108 

Mary.Skolfield 106 

Maurice O'Brien 107 

Mercy 100 105 106 

Michael 98 

Nancy 104 

Nathaniel 108 

Olive 100 

Orlando 107 

Orville 108 

Philip Owen 108 

Rachel 107 

Rachel Coburn 107 

Rebecca 104 105 106 107 

Richard 107 

Richard Barr 98 

Robert 97 99 100 103 104 105 
106 

Robert Dunlap 107 

Rufua 106 10/ 

Sally 104 107 

Samuel 98 104 105 106 107 

Sarah 9* 103 106 

Sarah E. 108 

Solomon 104 

Sophia 104 

Susan 99 104 

Susannah 100 103 104 105 107 

Theodosia 104 

Thomas 104 

William 99 100 103 104 105 
106 

William O'Brien 107 
DUNSCOMBE George Ells- 
worth xxiii 
DUNTON Benjamin 25 

Lydia M. 25 
DO'PONT Wilham xxiii 
DURANT William Crapo xxiii 
DURRELL Harold Clarke vi 
DUSTIN Joseph 103 

Martha 103 
DUTTON Chauncy 58 



D WIGHT Richard llr„ry Wine- 
low IMS vi ixvii mi 
DWYEH Mary K. 177 
DYER I;y»r 

Jane 18 

P .... . 

Reuben 18 
DYKES Hannah 8. B. 161 

EARL Rehef .III 
EARLY MehitebU 249 

Faatea ttt Fa tea 
EASTMAN Adella 27 

Atifie 27 

Benjamin 19 27 

I I ■•roihy 218 

l.Inal.elh 19 

Jacob 27 

Jeremy 218 

Katharine Wyman xxvui 

Margaret 27 

Mary A 169 

Ol.adiah 218 

U lyases 27 
EASTON Ann 134 

Mary 134 

Peter 134 

Rel>erca 134 
EATON Ann «2 

Annie Creuhton Ivii 

John Ruaaell Ivii 

Lydia 02 

Margaret Ivii 

Mao' 143 

Mercy 210 

Sophia 178 312 

Thomas 62 
EDES Henry Herbert (Mil.) 

157 
EDGECOMB Hannah 58 

John 58 
EDGERLY Augusta li 
EDMONDS Fdn.ands 

John Henry li Q 

John Stetson 157 

John Worth ixui 
EDWARDS Elisabeth 273 

Fugene P (Mrs liv 
ELA Richard n\ u 
ELDRED Kldrod 

Hannah Hilhena 177 

Katharine 145 

Robert 145 

Stephen 177 

Stephen A. 177 
ELDRIDGE Fldredge 

Fdric xxvii 

Frances Rachel xliv 

James Alanson (Mrs.) xxix 

Jane x\\\ 

Lewis William xliv 

Minnie xliv 

William Henry xxvii 
Fid rod »tt Eld red 
ELIOT Elliott 

Charles William 166 xxi 

Howard 77 xxiii 
ELIZABETH Queen of England 

121 
ELKINS Elizabeth T. 104 

Emma 33 

George B. 33 

Laura J 33 

Sarah 119 
Elliott ttt Eliot 
ELLIS Abigail 47 

Charitv I 

Ebenexer 47 

Fdith A 161 

Edward 47 

Elizabeth 47 

Ephraim 47 

Joseph 47 

Keziah 47 

Mary 203 



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Index of Person* 



ELLIS cont'd 

Maurice 47 

l'hebe 47 

Sarah 47 

Susan 961 

Thomas 47 

William 263 
ELLISON Annie Corinne xi 

Frank Dexter (Mrs.) 150 
ELMESTON Ju<lith 131 

Richard 131 
ELMORE Leonard 58 
ELWOOD Cora E 315 
ELY Abby Kliia 58 

Sarah Apaine 58 

Zebulun 58 114 
EMERSON Albert Haien 304 

Daniel Hazen 304 

Edith xxiii 

Eunice 2(16 

George Waldo 77 xxiii 

Hannah Nichols 210 

Isaac N. 2CG 

Sarah 304 

Susie Holt 304 
EMERY Abigail 248 206 

Adeline 2GG 

Hart 363 

Daniel 221 240 247 253 255 

Daniel F. 77 xxiii 

Elizabeth 221 246 247 253 

Hannah 257 

Huldah 252 

John 100 221 

Joseph 266 

Joshua 257 

Lewis 7t> xxiii 

Mary 100 246 253 

Mary Jane 264 

Olive 255 

Peggy 102 

Polly 2.54 259 

Samuel 248 266 

Sarah Ann 266 

Simon 254 

Thomas 102 

Tirzah 263 
ENDICOTT Charlotte xxx 
ENO Joel Nelson 53 108 113 
ENSIGN Charles Sidney vii 
xxvii 
Jane Dewey 211 
ERSKINE Askins 

29 89 92 

Abby 25 
Abby C. 30 
Abby Rebecca 29 
Abigail 31 
Ada Rebecca 89 
Adelaide 25 31 
Adeline 86 29 
Adeline C. 28 
Agatha 24 89 
Acnes 18 19 
Albert 32 
Albert De Wolf 32 
Albert Sylvester 97 
Alexander 17 18 19 20 21 23 
M 27 28 29 30 33 88 93 94 
95 
Alexander Earl of Mar see 

Mar Karl of 
Alexander Edward 29 
Alfred 30 
Alice Chase 31 
Alton 89 
Alva E 92 
Alvin Crawford 91 
Ambrose Rlunt 28 
Andrew 31 
Andrew Jackson 24 
Angelina 25 
Ann 88 93 94 
Ann Elizabeth 31 
Ann Maria 96 



ERSKINE cont'd 
Anna 94 
Arnold 88 
Am- .Id Miliary 88 
Arthur 29 
RnrUra 26 91 93 
Rarbara Matchelder 28 
R.-lle A. 89 
Bertha Louisa 89 
Relsey 20 21 83 24 30 90 94 

95 
Rryant 90 
Caro 91 
Caroline 3 J 
Caroline Dow 29 
Caroline Eatella 28 
Caroline Thayer 28 
Carqlyn Little 31 
Carrie 32 
Carrie May 92 
Catherine 22 23 27 95 
Cecilia 32 
Celia Maynard 31 
Celia Thaxter 28 
Charles 27 
Charles A. 27 88 
Charles E. 87 
Charles Frederic 32 
Charles Mallard 31 
Charles W. 32 
Charlotte 31 
Charlotte C. 28 
Chester Arthur 89 
Christopher 17 20 30 
Clara 26 30 32 89 
Clara Belle 29 
Clarissa 29 
Clarissa M. 92 
Clementina 27 
Cora 30 89 
Cora P. 89 
Cyprian 88 
Cyrus SO 
Cyrus Henry 29 
David 19 20 22 23 24 25 27 

88 92 
Delia 32 
Dexter 87 
Ebenezcr 21 28 30 
Edith May 97 
Edith B. 91 
Edith T 90 
Edmund 87 
Edmund Mean 34 
Edward Alexander 29 
Ktlie Amelia 34 
Elbridge Geiry 27 33 90 
Eleanor 93 
Eliza Ann 33 
Eliaa J. S3 
Elizabeth 17 19 22 24 25 

27 88 91 93 95 96 
Elizabeth D. 89 
Elizabeth France* 93 
Elizabeth J 89 
Elizal>eth P. 88 92 
Ella Frances 24 
Ellen J7 33 
Elmvra Alice 27 
Elvma S7 
Emeline C 91 
Emeline E 26 33 89 
Emily C. 27 88 
Emily Hildred 91 
Emma xxvii 
Emma T. 88 
Erlon Elmer 91 
Ernest 87 
Ernestine 92 
Esther 88 
Esther B. 88 
Eugene 31 
Eunice 
Eunice B. 88 
Eunice Catherine 92 



ERSKINE coot 1 

Fairfield 29 

ra Abby 92 

r. II l*i 
Mora Isal«l 88 

ren< | Irene 90 
Frances I»uise 97 

Prank 

Frank Howden 30 

l rank M 

Frank William 80 

r red Eugene > 

1 red II. 80 

Frederick 31 

1 rrderick Alnnao 25 

1- r«-.lcrirk Ilenjamin 97 

Freeman Parker 97 

George 19 22 23 30 33 88 92 

George II 32 

George J. L. I) 23 

Georgette Ernestine 97 

Gladys 91 

Cracie Margaret 90 

Orant 32 

Guy II. 90 

Guy S. 90 

Hannah 22 23 

Hannah J. 34 

Hannah I. 

Hannah Lull 29 

Harold lister 92 

Harriet 29 

Harriet Jane 91 

Harvey Knowlton 90 

Hattie M. 25 

Hazel 91 

Helen 88 

Helen M. 91 

Helen Maria 88 

Helen S 96 

Helen W. 89 

Henry 16 21 24 30 31 89 94 

Herbert 30 

Herbert Hryant 90 

Hiram F. 32 

Ida S3 

Ida Ellen 33 90 

Irene 28 

Irene I. 23 

Isaac 90 

Isaac Austin 29 

Isabel Beecher 97 

Isabella Counters of Mar •#« 

Mar Countess of 
James 21 23 25 30 32 33 87 

93 95 
James Drummond 32 
James Elbridge 90 
James Harvey 88 
James T 25 
James W 33 87 
Jane 21 22 29 30 93 94 95 
Janet 93 

Jenny 25 27 28 89 
Jenny IV 88 
Jennv Frances 89 
Jerusha Raker 90 91 
Jessie 89 
Jessie Frances 27 
John 17 19 20 21 22 23 27 
33 87 88 89 92 93 94 

95 96 
John E. 88 
John F. 24 
John Franklin 29 
John Har >9 

John Lyon 97 
John Noyes 30 
Jonas 23 34 
Jonas W. 21 33 87 
Joseph 20 24 25 
Joseph Foster 25 
Joseph Poland 26 33 88 



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Index of Persons 



xci 



ERSKINE cont'd 
Jo.ii-pli Scuvcy 25 
JoaaphiDc 27 

JoHcpliitx' 1 - « J r i ik 'i I 

Joshua : i 

Joshua Tayloc 30 M 

JumihIi B8 
Judith 31 
Julia 27 

Julia Muriiv 29 
Julia P. 25 
Kate 83 

I .mini .1 83 

Lemuel it. 20 

I .«•■ 1 1 1 1 •- 1 Richards 01 

Leonora 30 

Leroy (I. 89 

Lsvi 95 

Lewis Washburn 28 

Lillian Belle 25 

Lilly A. 31 

Lincoln M. 32 

Lirr.il- B. 31 

Lloyd Quimby 29 

Lorenzo 1). 33 92 

Lueretia 31 

Luclla Snow 31 

Lydia 21 30 32 94 

Lydia J. 90 

Lydiu M. 25 

Mabel G. 31 

Maliala P. 23 33 

Margaret 17 18 22 23 24 27 

28 29 30 33 34 87 89 
Margaret Hryant 20 
Margaret C. 88 
Margaret Carolyn 32 
Margaret Ellen 89 
Margaret J. 31 
Margaret M. 24 
Maria 23 27 88 96 97 
Maria Farrand 31 , 
Maria Julia 91 
Marietta 92 
Marion 32 
Martha 27 
Martha Vernon 90 
Martha Washington 22 90 
Mary 19 20 24 26 27 29 30 

31 34 92 93 94 95 
Mary A. 91 
Mary Ann 29 33 87 90 
Mary D. 33 88 
Mary K. 28 
Mary Ellen 29 
Mary Folger 26 
Mary Frances 29 97 
Mary Jane 28 34 88 
Mary Katharine 27 
Mary Lincoln 28 
Mary i/ouisa 28 
Mary M. 31 
Marv P. 26 
Mary W. 89 
Maud 89 
May Maude 25 
Mavo 30 

Mchitable Place 26 
Melissa 33 
Melville Cox 26 91 
Merle Chester 88 
Mildred B. 89 
Minnie 33 
Mirtie Eva 92 
Murray 34 
Myra 91 
Myrtle L. 32 
Nancy 20 33 87 8S 92 95 
Nancy Jane 92 
Nathan Carter 28 
Nellie 92 
Nellie A. 88 
Nellie Morse 91 
Ninon 17 21 93 94 
Nora 30 



ERSKINE cont'd 

Octavia E. 88 

Olive 92 

Origen M. 87 

Oscar .V2 

Oacar Perry 31 

Pamela 33 88 

Parker Sylvester 97 

Patrick Handly 33 

Pauline 30 

I'riscilla 22 

Rebecca Abby 29 

Rebecca Davis 96 

Khoda 24 

Richard 23 

Richard Gird 91 

Robert 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 

24 31 89 
Robert Earl of Mar ttt Mar 
Earl of 

Robert Edwin 32 

Robert L. 32 

Roger 27 

Roger Handly 23 

Itose 34 

Rosie 13. 88 

Roxana 92 

Roxana J. 90 

RufusSl 

Ruth 20 30 88 94 

Ruth Ann 27 30 

Ruy Wilcox 90 

Samuel 29 33 88 

Samuel Blaslin 25 

Samuel F. 22 27 90 

Sanford Brown 88 

Sarah 17 18 22 23 28 29 30 33 

88 92 94 95 
Sarah A. 29 89 
Sarah Elizabeth 92 
Sarah Frances 28 
Sarah J. 26 89 91 
Sarah Jane 26 33 96 
Sarah Morton 88 
Sarah Reed 30 
Sewall Rogers 29 
Shirley 89 
Simon 26 27 89 90 
Simon Elliot 20 28 
Simon S. 32 
Solomon Trask 27 88 
Stephen 89 
Stephen Girard 26 89 
Susan Crookcr 25 
8usan Jane 92 
Sylvia 32 

Tamsin 26 27 33 89 
Thaes 30 
Thelma F. 90 
Thomas 20 21 25 26 31 95 
Thomas A. 26 
Thomas C. 32 
Thomas G. 34 
Thomas S. 32 
Verna Marion 88 
W. Raymond 31 
Walter Edwin 92 
Warren O. 90 
Wesley C. 29 
Wilbur Armstrong 92 
Wilbur F. 91 
Wilbur Julian 91 
Wilder Kimball 27 
Willard Everett 25 
Willard McKown 97 
William 17 19 20 21 22 23 25 
26 27 29 30 33 88 90 93 94 
95 
William Alpheus 89 
William Groton 24 
William H. 88 
William Henry 27 30 31 
William J. 88 
William Penn 30 
William Taylor 27 



ERSKINE cont'd 
W.M.am WUaoB 91 
Willis 25 
Wilson 29 91 
WUaoa T. 31 
WtnBeld Scott 91 
Esna* l u 88 92 

Zoa 27 
ESSEX Annie M 14 

John V. 14 

Mary KM 
ESTABROOK Arthur Fred- 
erick xxxvii In 

Elialrim In 

Endor lii 

Ida Florence Ix 

James Adams hi 

John lix 

Joseph lii 

Ixiuisa 8. lix 

Nehetniah lix 
ESTES Kastes 

Alice 2. r ,7 

Anna 254 

Benjamin 186 258 

Daniel 185 257 

Dolly 258 

Huldah 253 255 

James 185 

John 257 

Joseph 127 255 

Mary 185 

Patience 257 

Peter 253 

Susannah 196 
EDSTIS Elizabeth Muasey 79 
xxvi 

Henry Dutton 79 xxvi 

Mary St. Barbe 79 159 lfiO 
viii xxvi 
EVANS Benjamin 49 127 182 
185 

Elizabeth 49 182 

Florence Carlton xxvii 

George Hill K 

James Carey 32 

Joseph 49 1 1 1 

Margaret Carolyn 32 

Mercy 48 124 

Robley D. Ivii 

Wilmot Robv (Mrs.) xxvu 
EVARTS Allen Wardner xim 
EVELETH Abby Frances 306 

J. F. 306 

Olive 306 
EVERS Catherine 97 
EVERTON — Capt 147 
EWELL William Gorham 15S 
EWER Charles 159 xni lxxiv 
EWING Ewings 

Asa H. 177 
Calvin 311 

Elizabeth 104 105 106 
Joseph 106 

Polly 177 311 

Polly T. 311 

Roxana 177 

FAIRBANKS Agnes xl 

Horace xl 

Mary Elisabeth xl 

Sallv 316 
FAIRCHILD Thomas 241 
FALES De Coursey 82 

Haliburton xxni 
FALL Falle Faul 

Abigail 225 

Anna I 

Betaey 25o 361 

Dorcas 22 '*S 

Ebenezcr 220 251 

Elizabeth 

Eunice 249 

Experience 261 

Joanna 248 



VOL. LXXIV. 



23 



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FALL cont'd 
John 258 

Joseph Mardon 21U 
Joshua 217 
Joyce 255 
Judith 240 250 25ft 
Martha 212 214 216 217 219 

220 227 248 
Mary 227 249 251 
Samuel 248 250 
Stephen 216 256 

Susannah 258 _„._ . 00 o n 
Tn»tram212 216 217 2l9 220 

225 227 248 200 
FANNING David Hale nffl 
FANTON Mahalla A. l'J 
FARNHAM Farnum 

Del>orah 100 

Elixabeth 253 290 

Jonathan 100 

Nathaniel 253 

Nellie 296 l77 

FARNSWORTH Amos 177 

Andrew^ 177 178 
Anna 178 
Annie F. 178 
Aaenath 178 
Austin F. 178 
Botacy 1J8 
Byron 178 
Charlotte 178 
11. B. 178 
IaaacF. 178 
Isaac Freeman \o\ 
Jonathan 150 178 
Joseph 178 312 
Joseph B. 178 
Laura A. 178 
Lucy 178 
Lucy A. 178 
Lucy Ann 312 
Maria 178 
Milo 178 
Nancy 154 178 
Orin C. 178 
Prentice 178 

Royal 178 _ 

Sarah Aldnch tee Sarah E 
Sarah E. 178 
Silas C 178 
Sophia 178 312 
Farnum tee Farnham 
FARR Delphi* 175 

Maria P. 91 
FARRIN Betsey 103 

John 103 
FAR WELL Emma 171 
Emma A. 317 
Exra 153 1 07 178 
Eira M. 178 
Harriet 153 167 319 
Harriet M. 167 
Horace 153 317 
Matilda 153 
Melinda 317 
Samuel 178 
Faul tee Fall 
FAUNTE William 2.1 
FAY Anna 178 
Betsey 178 
Cephas 178 
Charles W. 178 
Edward H. 178 
Eliakim 178 
Eliia 178 
Elisabeth 170 
Hannah 178 
Ira 178 310 
Jane 169 
John 178 
Jonathan 178 
May 178 
Miriam 178 310 
Paul W. 310 
Ruth 178 



Index of Persons 



FEARING OtOflp Richmond 

urn ., . | •■• 

C.rornr Richmond (Mrs ) lui 

Heetef lui 

FKII.DING Anne 140 

Basil Karl of I feobigfc •" DeD- 

bigh Earl o( 

Susnn 140 . 

William Karl of Denbigh t*< 
Denbigh Earl of 
FELCH Gilbert Ensign xxn 
Jonathan 256 
Sarah • 
FEIXHERC 310 
Krastus B. 310 
H 310 
Horace 310 
Lovinia R. 310 
FELKER Catherine 95 
John Church 95 
Maria 95 
Mary Ann 95 
Sarah E. 95 
William C. 95 
FELLOWS Fellowce 
Gertrude xxvin 
John 291 
FELT1S Margaret 20 
Mark 20 
Mary 20 
Sarah 20 
FELTON Mary Berry Hi 

Nathaniel *h M . 

FENN Wallace Osgood (Mrs) 

160 ,. 

FERGUSON Alexander 16 

FERNALD Furnald 
Eunice 256 
George 181 
Joanna 261 
Margaret 214 
Mark 221 

Mar y 22 \ ™, 

Nathaniel 221 
Polly 260 
Sally 25" 259 
Tobias 259 ... 

WftHer Elmore 79 xvui 
FERRERS Edward Sir 74 
Elixabeth 74 
Henry Sir 74 
Margaret 74 
FETTYPLACE Edward 204 
Elixabeth Gerry 204 
Hannah 204 

Hannah Ann Williams 204 
Henrv King 204 
Jane 204 

John 204 ofU 

Louisa Abigail r>evereux204 
Lucy Catherine Dodge 204 
Marv Jane Williams 204 
Sarah Burrill 204 
Thomas 204 
FIELD Alanson 310 
Clarissa W. 311 
Elisha 310 311 
Elmira D. 310 
Elmira W. 310 
Fred Tarbell xxvu 
George N. 111 
Hannah 310 
Homer Clayton 311 
James Madison 311 
James W 311 
Jane A. 311 
John 18T 
j of x.ph 125 187 
Laura E. 311 
Lydia311 
Lyman 310 311 

Maranda 311 
Marv Elixabeth 311 
Pers UW.3lO 
Polly T. 311 



FIELD aasl'd 
U„aa».elle 111 
Kwlui 110 311 
y\ !11 

VaabU M 311 ^ 

FINDI 1 Y Minor 306 
FIKKSIONE Harvey I «H 
Klsll I ranrea xxvu 

ierick Samuel xvi in" 
F1SHEK 



Rlixabeth 130 131 306 
Mad re 306 
Nancy 306 
Paul 306 
Urtx-cca 297 
F1SKK Andre* m» *vi 
FITCH Abigail 58 
Abraham 58 61 
Almira 58 
Andrew 58 
Anne 5H 

Benjamin Biaaell 58 
Betsey 58 62 
Dinah 59 

merer . r »S 
Esther 58 
Hannah 58 
James 58 114 
Joseph 58 59 
Mason 58 
Mind»ell 58 
Nancy 58 
Nathan 59 
Nathaniel 58 59 
( >rnon 59 
Knurr 59 
Sarah 147 
Sarah H 62 
Silence 59 
William 70 
Zerviah 59 
FITTS Fiti 
Ahirail 201 
Marv 314 
FITZGERALD Margaret 18 

Mary 18 

Sophia 18 

William 18 
FLAGG Polly 263 

Ptanlev Griswold xxvu 
FLETCHER Frederick C. i* 

xxiii 

Ida Florence lx 

J Varnum lx 

Mahala 303 

Marpirrt 88 

Mary Ann lx 
FLINT Mao 27 

Mary Folrer 26 

William 26 — 

FLOYD Belle Augusta Searey 

v VIII XXMl 

David (Mrs > 159 xxvu 

FOGG 217 225 

Anna 214 218 220 

227 226 -*9 255 
Daniel I 

Elixabeth 227 229 
Eunice 256 
Isaac 221 263 
James 213 217 218 220 

225 227 228 229 26S 

Jane M 
Jefferson 93 
Jenny 229 

jfr^r&o 81 m ™ 

I^vi 221 263 
Mark 256 
Molly 229 
Nancy Jane 93 
Olive 263 
Pergy 261 
Phebe 223 200 264 



221 215 



221 



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Index of Persons 



xcin 



FOGG cont'd 

Sully 21)4 

Barah 220 221 220 

Hnnon 220 

Susannah 228 250 2G.1 

Williiini 223 
FOGGEKTY Edmund 108 

John 108 

Nabby 108 
FOGLE John D. (Mrs.) xxix 

Ix)iii»«* xxix 
FOLSOM Ami 263 

Elizabeth xxvii 

John 321 

Sally MS 

Wendell B. (Mrs.) xxvii 
FONES Jeremiah 10 

Martini 10 

FONGAN 260 

FOOTE 171 

Limie M. 171 311 
FORBES Alexander 156 
Edith xxiii 

Francis Murray (Mrs.) liii 
Harriett* xxvii 
Marjorie liii 
William Hathaway (Mrs.) 

xxiii 
William Trowbridge (Mrs.) 
xxvii 
FORD Abigail 126 
Anne 40 125 
Caleb 252 
Daniel 217 218 
Elisabeth 240 250 
Hannah 256 
John 125 240 
Keziah 217 218 
Miles 185 
Paul 126 
Robert 240 
Sarah 240 252 
William 218 250 
FORRESTER Charlotte 210 
Charlotte Story 210 
John 210 
Forster see Foster 
FOSS Catherine 101 

John 188 102 
FOSSETT John 10 

Mary 10 
FOSTER Forster 

244 

Charles 311 
E incline G. 311 
Emma M. 206 
Etekiel 50 
Francis Apthorp 6 
Francis M. (Mrs.) 02 
Hannah 105 
Jacob 50 188 180 102 
James Hiram xxiii 
John 311 
Joseph 105 132 
Margaret 08 
Mary 50 
Randal 311 
William 311 
FOUNTAIN Helen M. 01 
FOWLE Elizabeth Prentiss 238 

Susannah 120 
FOWLER Ann 214 
Anne 139 

Florence Carlton xxvii 
John 214 

Louisa Crosby 304 
Moees 214 
Thomas 235 
Timothy H. xxiii 
FOX Howard 321 
FOYE Fov 
Anna 257 205 
Elizabeth 212 214 216 217 225 

256 
Eunice 265 



FOYF. cont'd 

Hattie M. 25 

Innhella K 

James 128 212 213 216 217 
225 

Jane 265 

John 217 257 

Mary 128 102 

Molly 257 

Moms 216 257 265 

Naomi 225 252 

Olivi 860 

Philip 25 
FRANClIOT Nicholas V. V. 

xxiii 
FRANCIS Everett 33 

Ida 33 
FRANKLIN Fraunkelen 

Henry 270 

Herbert II xxiii 
FRASCH Frieda 200 
Fraser tee Fraiier 
Fraunkelen tee Franklin 
FRAZIER Fraser Fraxar 

Kverett W. xxiii 

Frank Fierce xxiii 

R. J 152 

Sibyl 311 
FREEMAN Caroline Sumner 
xxiii xxxvii lxx lxxi 

Desire 306 

James Goldthwaite lxx 

James Goldthwaite (Mrs) 
xxiii 

Joseph D. 311 

Lemira A. 31 1 

Mary L. 311 

Truman H. 311 
FREER Charles Lang xxiii 
xxxvi lxv lxvi 

Jacob R. lxv 

Louise lxvi 

Phebe Jane lxv 
FREESTONE Freeston Freston 
lreatone Frestonne 

Agnes 141 

Ann 141 143 

Anne 141 142 

Elizabeth 141 142 143 

Faith 142 

Frances 141 142 143 144 145 

Gamaliel 143 

George 141 142 

Grace 142 

Henry 141 

Janet 141 

John 142 

Magdalene 141 

Margery 142 

Mary 141 142 143 

Matthew 142 

Richard 141 142 145 

Robert 141 142 143 144 145 

Susan 143 

Susannah 142 143 

Thomas 141 142 

Troth 142 
FRENCH Caleb Jay xxvii 

Clara 26 

Florence Irene 00 

Herbert Greer 77 xxiii 

Julian E. 209 

Mildred Abeel 299 

Sanborn 26 
Freston see Freestone 
Freatone see Freestone 
Frestonne see Freestone 
FR1SER Thomas 2»'»8 
FROST Abigail 259 

Ada Rebecca 89 

Andrew 215 

Anna 250 202 

Benjamin 259 

Betaev 223 259 265 

Caleb 202 



FROST font d 
Charles B 156 
hr,.. 228 250 200 
Eliot :'.'i7 
Flits . 
Elixal eth 214 223 230 240 

thei SO 185 
Fannie 204 
Hannah R0 250 255 
Huldah 351 
Isaac BO 215 222 264 
Jacob 222 

James 215 223 224 228 250 
Jane 257 260 
Jenny 224 
Jeremiah 215 216 
Joanna 2> 
John 213 222 230 
U Hoy 237 
Ix>ve213 215 249 
Lucy 250 

Margaret 195 250 252 
Mark 250 
Mary 250 
Mary Brock 248 
MehiUble 265 
Miriam 215 210 
Molly 228 
Moses 250 
Nathaniel 265 
Polly 258 
Sally 200 
Samuel 50 185 
Sarah 213 224 
Simon 222 263 
Sophia 246 
Stephen 260 

Thomas P. 89 

William 212 213 215 222 240 

FROTHINGHAM Richard 81 
FUESS Claude Moore (Mrs.) 

157 
FULLER Alfred Worcester x 

Ann Eliza liv 

Dorothy 136 

E. F. 311 

Eliakim E 311 

Hannah 311 

Jabez 811 

Jacob 201 

Jennie B. xiv 

Margaret 201 

Martha A. 311 

Mary M. 311 

Pegj:y 201 

Persia 177 

Sarah 201 

Sarah Devereux 201 

Thomas 135 161 

William Hyalop 161 
FURBER Jethro 130 
FURBUSH Furbish 

Abraham 202 

DanicLl30 

Elizabeth 252 

Esther 253 

Isaac 250 

Jacob 252 

Kenah 250 

Lydia BOO 

Nlolly 3 

Samuel 249 

Sarah 248 249 

Stephen 200 
FURMAN A. EL 207 

Beulah Thayer 297 

Leander Bishop 297 

Lucile Devereux 297 

Maria B. iil 
Furnald «e« Fernald 
Furnaas u* Furnia* 
FURNIL — Mrs. 193 
FURNISS Furnaas 

Betaev 192 198 

John 192 198 



V 



XC1V 



Index of Persons 



FUKNISSronl'il 

M.irv 240 

Thomni 198 
FYNKS M.irv 131 

Thoiiuin | SI 

GABA Matilda 167 
GABY Sarah 167 

GAGE 179 

John IM», 
GALE Abigail 200 

F. S. 311 

Mary L 311 

Hoots 200 
GALER Ada J. 311 

June A. 311 

Jay (). 311 

Jennie 31 1 
GALL Henry R 242 
GALLUP Gallop 

Alvira R 311 

Any 311 

Benjamin 31 1 

Emily K. 311 312 

Joan Q8 

R. S. 311 312 

Rebecca 170 

Si. In a 312 

Susan 315 

William Arthur xxiii 
GAMMAGE Heater 21)4 

Lewie 204 
GAMMELL Elite A. xxiii 

Robert Iven (Mrs.) 77 xxiii 
GANNETT Guy Patterson 77 
xxiii 

William Howard 150 
GARDNER Gardiner Cardyner 

Anne 140 

Frank A. 200 

George 83 

Henry 155 xxiii 

John 59 

Mary 59 

Mary Ann 14 

Nicholas 83 

Richard 140 

Sarah 83 

William 234 

William Amory xxiii 

Winifred 140 
GARFIELD Jamca Rudolph 

xxix 
GARLAND Abigail 37 42 127 
193 

Anne 193 

Dodavah 37 

Dorothy 37 

Ebenexer 37 127 

Elizabeth 50 129 

Joanna 42 

Margaret 37 

Mercy 194 

Nathaniel 37 42 191 J92 199 

Phebe 188 192 

Rebecca 37 43 

Reuben 193 
GARVIN Abby C. li 

Dorothy 49 129 181 

Ebenezer 49 194 

James 49 125 127 129 181 182 
194 

Rachel 189 

Sally 190 260 

Sarah 49 129 181 

Thomas 194 
GARY Elbert Henrv xxvi xxvii 
GATCHEL Elirabcth 202 

Increase 202 

Sarah 253 

Seth 253 

Tabitha 202 
GATES Blanche M. 312 

Charles Winslow 314 

Florence E. xxiv 



GATES cont'd 
Gordon c 312 
Horati 291 

Mary Elisal eth 312 114 

Sum Yum..- 24«i 
GATHEMANN Adolph A. 
(Mrs.) xx\ it 

Mal.H Stewart xxvii 
GAVIT Eraetua Pelmet 117 
GAY Arthur Park uvii 

John xliii 

Justus 59 
GEDGE Jsmes 271 

Thomas 271 

GEDNEY 110 

( iefford ift Gi fiord 
GENN Alfre<l 294 

Mary A. 294 

Susan P. 294 
GERRISH 220 

Alexander 101 192 210 218 
227 248 

Betsey 192 198 250 

Betty 254 

Clark 210 254 

Eliiabcth 220 243 

Hannah 249 

Iaaac 218 

Jamea 251 

John 191 210 253 

Joseph 243 

Lime E. 31 

Lydie 227 

Mary 248 251 252 253 

Paul 183 

Peggy 262 

Rachel 192 

Samuel 191 

Sarah 210 218 227 248 

William 22'. 
GERRY Klbridge 204 

Elisabeth 204 

Thomas 204 
GIBBS John 159 

Robert 158 159 
GIBSON George Alonxo xxiii^ 
GIDDINGS A E. 318 

Alberta E. 175 

Betsey 312 

Betsey B. 312 

Carlos 312 

Clarissa 312 

Eleanor 107 

Elinor 154 

Emerov C. 312 

Emma 177 

Etta J. 312 

Frank H 312 

George W 1 1 1 

Joseph 312 

Lucv Ann 312 

Mahals 318 

Nellie 312 
rah A. 312 

Simeon 312 

T. H. 312 

William 312 

William A. 312 

William Harrison 312 
GIERASCH Georgia Mercer I 

Walter S. 1 
GIFFORD Gefford Giffard Gif- 
farde Gifferd GifTorde Gil- 
ford le Boef Gyffard Gyf- 
ford Gv Horde Gyforde 

— Capt. Ix 

— Dr. 272 

Agnes 272 273 274 280 281 

Alice 271 

Amv 272 274 275 277 278 



Ann 



27S 



Anno 236 270 271 273 

Annis 237 
Barbara 273 274 
Dorothy 270 



GIFFOKI) I'd 

I dw ird 27T1 27 J 

I 
1 

RIU 

1 ran. - 237 272 274 270 277 

( .. I 274 

G« - 271 171 274 

ImIm-I 2 I 

Jan.- 2i M . -279 

Jersrd I 

Jo ,i, 234 : 

John 231 I .260 

ro 27 i 172 

Katharine . 
Lawrence 277 278 
Lattice 271 276 

Loey 231 2 

Margaret 231 27.'. 

Margerv 231 

Mane 273 275 270 

Mary 235 2li8 2«9 270 277 

97fl 

Nleholae 230 2«»K 2<,9 270 271 

272 
Philippe Lady 271 272 274 

275 
Prudence 27 1 . 

Ralph 2 271 

Richard 27 I 277 278 270 

Robert 2 ' 

Roger . 237 207 

2*.'J 27.) 272 27; 27i 
270 

Roger Sir 235 

Sarah 277 . 

Sibyl 233 234 235 

Bueaa 277 278 

Thomas 231 2 12 2 t« 235 236 
2G8 2. 271 272 

27 t 27.'. 27( 277 278 

Thomas Sir 233 2 

Ursula 230 270 271 

William 234 200 270 
GILBERT A. J 312 

All»ert 312 

Alma 176 

Jen m.- 312 

Myrtle 312 

Thomas 312 
GILCHRIST RolM-rt (Mrs.) 157 
GILES John UK) 101 
GILLETG.llit 

Ebeneser 59 

Hoaea 59 

Isaac 59 

HftxTca 59 

Ruth 59 
GILMAN Abb Swift 241 

Molly ; 

Nicholas ! 

W in thro p Sargent 241 
GILMER Albert llattoa xviii 
GILMORE — Mr- 20 
GIPARD Olivier I Inure 312 
GIVEEN Arthur 103 

Elisabeth I at 
GLASCOCK \n.lrcw 137 

Henry 00 70 

John (10 

Margaret 12.7 
GLASS Elisabeth 2541 

Jennie Frances 80 

John 254 
tauel G. 89 

Sarah J 
GLOVER Abigail 200 
Eveline 172 
Grill I a 

Jonathan 200 200 
GLOVD Carrie 28 
Lizxie 28 



V 



Index of Penom 



xcv 



GLOYD OMt'd 
Mary Jane 28 
Oscar 28 

GODDAKD Oodard 

(Ih)iki' Seymour 80 v vii zi 

xxvii 
William (Mm.) iz 
CODDEN Elisabeth 70 

TIlOlllllS 70 

GODFREY Abigail 209 
David 900 

Josephine 2<>'> 
^ Rodulpbui W. 209 
GOFF l.vmiui II. xxviii 
GOLDTHWAIT John 193 
GOODDEL Gooddie 

Bctty48 126 
GOODE iKnatiua 89 

Ignatius Francis 89 

James Edward hu 

John Thomas 89 

Margaret 295 

Maria 80 

Mary Lillian 89 

Robert W. 295 

Tamsin 89 

Thomas 89 

William Patrick 89 
GOODHUE Annis 239 

Asa 239 
GOODING Daniel 37 

Elisabeth 188 

I. -li.il>,>. I 188 

James 37 

Joanna 38 

John 37 

Keziah 37 

Moses 37 

Richard 37 

Samuel 37 

Sarah 37 
GOODMAN Elizabeth 08 

Thomas 08 70 
GOODRICH Goodridge 

Alice 249 

Anna 250 

Benjamin 202 

Betsey 25S 

Bavid 2ti2 
orcaa 259 201 

Esther 253 

Hannah 249 

Honora 200 

Iohabod 259 

Jedcdiah 259 

Jeremiah 259 

John 253 258 

Jonathan 201 

Joseph 249 200 

Joshua 249 

I.vilui 200 

Martha 254 

Mary 257 868 

Mcnbah 258 

Molly 202 

Samuel 258 

Sarah 254 259 
GOODRODE Ann 283 

Thomas 283 
GOODSPEED Charles Eliot 
100 vi xv 

If. E. 107 
GOODWAY Shipwnv 227 
GOODWIN Aaron 184 257 

Abigail 213 214 217 219 220 
224 225 227 22S 229 251 

Adam 254 

Agnes 52 

Andrew 888 

Ann 223 247 

Anne 194 

Azel 59 

Benjamin 218 220 200 

Betsey 247 200 201 202 205 

Charity 225 



GOODWIN cont'd 
( lharles 220 201 
1) mi. -I 128 180 180 hi 214 

22: J 250 284 
David im 

I )c-ll\«T.»|i 

Dolly 

] tonunicus 18 I 

Dorcas 227 257 204 

Elijah 2H 217 210 220 222 

224 225 227 228 255 257 
Elisha 47 125 251 
Elisabeth 47 125 220 250 253 

258 205 168 
Ephraim 220 253 
Esther 60 
Eunice 183 214 222 238 880 

249 255 258 200 
Exi>cricnce 201 
Gideon 221 

Hannah 41 183 251 257 
Harry L 312 
Henry 124 
Ichabod 189 193 195 197 220 

223 
Isabella 28 
Jacob 219 200 
James 183 195 190 220 257 
James Wells xxix 
Jeremiah 212 2 10 217 220 248 
Joanna 247 200 205 
John 217 2G5 
Jonathan 59 247 250 200 
Joseph 251 
Joseph Gerrish 223 
Katharine 258 
Keziah 226 258 
Lcmmev 219 
Love 257 
Lucy 251 
Lydia 212 210 217 218 220 

224 225 220 227 229 248 
253 

Marchant 28 

Margaret 183 

Martha 183 228 258 

Mary 183 195 247 248 249 

254 257 200 205 866 
Mary E. 28 
Mehi table 195 213 214 219 

220 221 229 250 254 
Meribah 227 
Miriam 253 
Molly 220 227 250 200 
Moses 182 219 258 
Nabby 201 
Nahum 206 
Nancy 247 
Nathsniel 180 
Noah 253 

Olive 189 198 229 252 200 
Olive Eliza 247 
Olive Plaistead 190 
Phebe 250 

Keulxn 217 220 256 265 
Richard 191 
Ruth 256 
Sally 257 200 260 
Salome 253 
Samuel 59 192 223 247 253 

262 
Sarah 59 125 180 196 107 

212 215 217 210 220 224 

225 220 227 . I 250 
2."> l 853 254 

Bblpway 218 220 225 220 

21- 
Simoon 217 257 
Simon 215 217 222 
Solomon 185 
Susannah 250 
Tavlor 180 
Thomas 124 190 219 220 221 

229 240 850 851 
Thomas Waltingford 195 



GOODWIN cont'd 
Til A 

Willi.i : i 215 216 217 

... 

Wilhum Itrow n«-!l u.i 
GORDON Am 

Mehitahlo . 
GORIIAM Grace uii 

Harra I 
GOT I i rlcs 117 
GOODY Arm 18 

• •con IM 
GOULD Alira Maynard BJJ 

Althea im 

1 !dward Uii 

1 .mma Mnynnrd liii 

( loorgc I uiiIm-i t lidJr vi viii 

xi siii xi\ xxxvi 
John 1 
MuK'-r liii 
Mary . 
Miriam 1' 

Nathaniel Im 

Neal I ).>w Im 

Pescy its 

Kufus G 205 

Sally 2 
rah 134 

William 21 

William Edward xxxviii liii 
GOULDEN Elisabeth 76 

Thomas 76 
GOWELL < 

Benjamin 861 

I torcas -''.l 

Dorulhv I 
Elisabeth 1 
John 250 257 
Lydia 249 203 
.Molly 250 
Nabby . 
Bally 2 

Sarah 880 881 

- innnh 251 
GOWEN David 254 
Elisabeth 252 

Hannah 264 

Isaac 2 

Joanna 254 

John 1 

Msrv 2 

Met -. . 

Meriam 213 224 

Molly . 

Nabby 261 

Patrick 212 213 224 

Richard 252 

Sally 263 

Samuel 2'*>4 

Barah 22 4 254 
GOWNIE Rhotln 88 
GRACE Eugene Gifford 78 

xxiii 
GRAGG Marv 20 
GRANT Grawntc 

828 227 

Abins.l 224 252 253 

Abijah 50 

Agnes 251 

Alexander 224 225 

Amos 202 

Amv 215 216 224 225 886 
227 228 256 

Ann B 88 

Anna 202 

Benjamin - 

Charles 125 183 184 185 187 
22 1 

Daniel 50 
David - 
Dorcas 248 

Edward 50 256 

Elizabeth 251 253 260 



v 



XCV1 



Index of Persons 



GRANT cont'd 
Ephralm 50 253 

K u n ice 2<V4 
Flora Belle 312 
Foam 210 
Grmel 249 

H k :u2 

Hannah 240 240 
Hephzilwth 225 227 
Herbert 312 

Humphrey 222 204 

James 229 252 

Jane 187 

John 221 251 255 200 312 

John J. 312 

Jonathan 221 201 

Joseph 222 

Joshua 213 221 222 240 250 
202 

Judith 49 214 221 222 240 
250 

Keriah 183 184 187 191 213 
224 

Landreas 215 210 224 225 220 
227 228 252 

Lois 202 

Love 252 

Lvdia 50 224 220 250 

Marcia 312 

Margaret 224 

Margaret Harriman 293 

Martha 220 312 

Mary 49 50 120 184 246 

Menbah 224 

Molly 49 

Nabby 50 249 

Paul 50 

Peggy 202 

Peter 215 221 253 202 

Phineas Reynolds 312 

Polly 259 2G1 312 

Purlina 229 
Rachel 246 249 259 
Richard 275 
Sally 257 258 202 205 
Samuel 49 187 249 
Sarah 228 253 254 255 257 
Shuah 250 
Sydney 185 187 
Tabitha 229 252 
Theodosia 204 
Thomas 50 252 
Ulysses Simpson 32 
William 26 49 50 126 
GRANVILL Polly 158 
GRATZ Anderson 157 
GRAVES Annie F. 302 
Fred 302 
Mary D. 33 88 
Phineas 260 
Sarah 200 
Steaxns L. 33 88 
Thankful 316 
Grawnte $ee Grant 
GRAY Grey 

215 

— Mrs. 192 



Amasa 312 
Ann 38 
Anne 59 139 
Annie M. 312 
Atte 247 
Benjamin 302 
Betsey 258 
Carl Raymond xxix 
Charlotte 313 
Christiana 302 
Cordelia M. 312 
Daniel 175 250 313 
Deforest 313 
Ebeneser 59 
Edward xxvii 
Rlhanan 313 
Eliphalct 59 
Elizabeth 182 



GRAY cont'd 

Kllen J 313 

Emily 31 3 

Emma A 312 

Hannah 258 

Henrietta 313 

Hollis 313 

James 258 

Jonas 313 

Joseph W. 303 

Julia E. 312 

Ix>ia 3 1 3 

I/Oui.in 313 

Lucy 175 313 

Lucy Ann 313 

Mary 59 215 248 250 312 313 

Mary C. 312 

Matthew 175 312 313 

Minnie xliv 

Niel 155 xxiii 

Patience 250 

Phebe 175 313 

Philenam 313 

Relief 175 

Rodney EL 313 

Rubie Maria 303 

Sarah M. 175 

Simeon 59 

Susannah 302 

Will A. 303 

William 215 
GREELE Lydia Maria 203 

Samuel 203 
GREEN Greene 

15 



Abby xlv 

Abby R. 15 

Anna 243 

Carrie 32 

Edward Howland Robinson 

zxiii 
Elita 243 244 
Elisabeth 15 243 
Ellen 243 
Fanny 15 
Fanny W. 15 • 
Hannah 243 
John 243 
John R. 15 
Joseph 243 
Joshua 243 244 
Leonard 302 
Maria Abigail 302 
Mary 15 243 
Percival 243 
Ruth 243 
Ruth Johnson xlv 
Samuel Abbott 243 244 245 
Stephen 15 
Stephen Allen xlv 
Walter Bryent 157 
GREENFIELD Hannah 118 

Peter 118 
GREENLAW William Preacott 
5 100 v vi vii viii xi xix xx 
GREENLEAF Elisabeth 204 
Enoch 204 
Mary 305 
Olive 203 
Ret>ecra 204 
Susan 21 
GREENMAN Content 134 

John 134 
GREENOUGH James Camith- 

ers82 
GREENWOOD Anthony 313 
Elixa M. 313 
Harvcv H. 313 
John 330 
Mary 200 201 
Samuel 201 
Saraphina 313 
GREGOR Francis C. G. lxvii 

Grace Madeline lxvii 
Grey tet Gray 



CRIER Ann 94 
David 94 

Jane 94 
Levi 94 

Mary 94 
tan 94 
Will, *m 94 
GRIFFIN Gnffen Oryffrn 
Agnes 280 
Kugrnis J. 294 
Hannah 249 
John 249 
Mary Jane 34 
Phinasa V 294 
Rmw M 
GRIFFITH Sarah 196 
GRIGGS B*rtha207 
GRINDAL Gnndall Grindle 

210 

Clifford 295 

iMmrl 210 

Edmund Abp. of Canterbury 

320 
Kliphalet 216 
F.lnal*th 212 216 
Kva 295 
Francis 216 
Frank V. 302 
Hattie J. 295 
Helen Hinckley 302 
John 210 
Lyndon L 205 
Margaret 295 
Men ton M. 295 
Otis 295 
Ralph L. 205 
Reuben 216 
William 210 
GRINNELL Cornelia 1 
GRISWOULD Griisol 
John 182 184 
Sallv 182 
GROS'S Isabella M. 108 

Simon 59 
GROTON Benjamin 24 
Betaey 24 
John 24 
William 24 
GROVER Caroline Dow 29 
Jamr, H 

CRUSH John 204 
^ Sarah 204 
Gryffvn »«* Griffin 
GtfBTAIL Gubtel GupUil Gnp- 
trl Guptell Guptd GupUil 

216 

Abigail 215 226 252 

Agnes 2M 

Alice 248 

Alley 246 

Amos 216 

Anna 225 240 247 

Benjamin 215 222 223 224 

230 240 247 
Betty 246 
David 222 2-4 
Dorcas 214 221 222 246 217 

251 259 203 
Ebeneser 250 
Elixalx-th 215 224 246 247 
Eunice 251 
Hannah 214 219 220 221 222 

228 229 246 249 252 
James 220 221 248 263 
Jeremiah 222 223 
Joanna 224 254 
John 215 216 219 223 336 300 
Lois 200 
Love 247 

Lvdia 220 24 7 248 263 306 
Marv 313 214 215 222 223 
224 225 228 230 240 247 
248 251 253 259 266 
Meribah 249 
Molly 246 259 2'-.2 



\ 



Index of Persons 



xcvn 



GUBTAIL cont'd 

Moses 216 222 230 246 247 

253 
Nathaniel 212 213 215 210 
220 221 222 228 229 240 

24U 2.™ 2t;:i 

Olive 224 230 246 261 264 

Peggy 248 

Peter 222 

Phannr 226 

Polly 2(13 

Bully 201 263 

Samuel 215 225 252 

Sarah 214 222 230 246 247 
249 250 252 253 259 

Stephen 252 

Sukey 264 

Thomaa 224 

William 221 222 246 247 251 
262 263 
GUILD Curtia 6 
GUILMETTE Julia E. 172 
GUNNISON Tabitha 252 
Guptail tee Gubtail 
Guptel tee GubUiil 
Guptell eee Gubtail 
Guptil tee Gubtail 
Guptill tee Gubtail 
GUTHRIE Clara Dwight 301 
GUTTRIDGE Jedediah 219 

Mary 219 
GUYETTE Albert 313 

Mary L. 313 
G WYNNE Alice xxvi 
Gyflard tee Gifford 
Gyfford tee Gifford 
Gyfforde tee Gifford 
Gyforde tee Gifford 

HACKETT Hacket 

Eira 129 

Hannah 129 

Sarah 21 
HADLEY Arthur Twining 160 

HAGAN Alfred U. 13 
David U. 13 

Lucinda H. 13 

Sarah 13' 
HAGGENS Betsey 264 

Eunice 265 

James 265 
HAGGETT Jennie 28 
HALE Haile 

Alice lxiv 

Amelia L. xxiii xxxyi Ixiv 

Edward Everett lxviii 

Henry Chapin lxiv 

Lucy 168 

Lucy Caroline 168 

Nathan 168 

Sarah Jane xxvii 

William H. lxiv 

William H. (Mrs.) xxiii 
HALL Abby 25 

Abigail 184 

Albert Clement (Mrs.) xxix 

Ambrose 174 

Ana Byrd xxix 

Avery 180 184 191 

Danby 87 

Ebenexer 183 

Edward Fitch lxviii 

Edward Melvin 25 

Frederic Davis xxix 

George Ansel 25 

Gertrude M. 313 

Hannah 190 257 

Harry 313 

Henrietta Peirce lxviii 

James Winslow xxix 

Jedediah 190 

John 182 263 

John Alton 25 

Joseph B. 25 



HALL cont'd 
Lydia 50 126 
Mnlvina 174 

Margaret 87 

Mary I HO 183 

Mary Kllrn lxviii 

Mary Frances 25 

Mercy 963 

Mrrtinm 263 

Morton L 174 313 

Nettie Adella xxx 

( )rlnii(ii> ix xxiii 

Paul 255 

Ruth 48 126 

Sally 2(12 263 265 

Sarah 255 256 

Selina 169 

Silas 257 

Hylvina 169 

William 50 126 127 256 

William Chase 25 

William Franklin xxxvi 
Halley tee llawley 
HAM Benjamin 125 

Dorcas 196 

Kliiabeth 192 

George 189 

James 196 

Joshua 129 

Lydia 196 

Patience 125 

Rachel 189 

Sally 196 
Samuel 129 196 
Sarah 129 

William 192 
Hambleton tee Hamilton 
HAMERSLEY Louis Gordon 

ix xxiii 
Hamerton tee Hammerton 
HAMILTON Hambleton 
Abigail 223 
Ann 93 

Benjamin 215 216 218 223 250 
Bial 212 
Charity 248 
Deborah 250 
Elijah 253 
Elixabeth 213 260 
Eunice 254 
Experience 214 215 216 218 

223 
Gabriel 212 213 224 
Hannah 255 259 
Henry 254 
Huldah 258 
James 215 258 
Jane 263 

John 218 250 259 260 
Jonathan 189 248 250 
Joseph 188 212 213 
Judith 190 250 
Katharine 224 
Lydia 253 
Martha 250 
Mary 213 224 250 
Mehitable 258 
Nabby 255 
Olive 252 
Olive S. 316 
Patience 224 250 
Reuben 258 263 
Richard 216 
Sally 260 

Sarah 224 248 249 252 257 267 
Solomon 217 248 267 
Susannah 214 230 2l>2 
HAM LAKE Roos William de 

I,ord 234 
Hamlen tee Hamlin 
HAMLET Hamlett 
Aldcn 313 
Aldcn S. 313 
Burdett 313 
Herbert 313 



HAMLET cont'd 

Mary 313 

Minim 313 
HAMLIN rUmka 

Alt' ■•■ I ) mi 
George Atwell 157 
Paul M (Mm i mi 
HAMMERTON Hamerton 
Anne 144 145 
Nirholaa 144 
Thomas 144 145 
HAM MET lUnnah 89 
HAMMOCK Abigail 126 
Debby 190 
Mary 45 180 
Thomas 190 
HAMMOND Hammon 
Elisabeth 103 259 
Eunice 255 
John Ml 
Ix>is 169 
Nancy 200 
Otis Grant vui 
Polieme 261 
Shush 203 
HAMPDEN Anne 137 
Kluabeth 74 137 
Griffith 137 
John 74 137 
William 137 
HAMPTON William de 234 
HANAFORD Mary Elisabeth 

xxvii 
HANCE John A. 155 xxiii 
HANCOCK John 32 

Kate 32 
HANDLY Agnes 18 19 
Alfred 19 
Anastasia 18 
Ann 19 
Bridget 18 19 
Dennis R. 18 
Elixabeth 18 19 
George Rusaell 19 
James 19 
John 18 19 
John F. 19 
Margaret 18 19 
Marv 18 19 
Michael 19 
Nancy 18 19 
Nancy E. 19 
Patrick 18 19 
Philip 18 
Robert 19 
Roger 18 19 
Ruth 19 
Sally 18 19 
Sarah 18 
Sarah Agnes 19 
Sophia 18 
Thomna 19 
HANKINSON Charles B. 313 
Jennie B. 313 
Roxana B. 313 
HANLY R. H. 92 

Sarah 92 
HANNIGAN John E. (Mrs.) 

158 
HANSCOM H«nac\im 
Hanasom Hansum 
Abigail 256 
Alioe 255 
Anna 257 
Betsey 263 
Elixabeth 258 
Hannah 212 214 216 217 218 

219 226 228 250 
Isaac 217 256 
James 218 258 
Jcrusha 214 230 246 
John 217 219 2.W 246 
Kstharine 226 252 
Lydia 230 
Mary 228 



XCVlil 

HANSCOM cont'd 

Mary Ann 205 

Molly 259 

Pamela 205 

Reul>en 255 

Robert 217 257 
Samuel 212 210 217 218 ^lO 
m 220 228 200 IW 

Sarah 200 
Simon 203 
Susan 200 
HANSON Aaron 40 

A W U i:i 2M 240 251 257 

Alice Elisabeth 209* 
Alpheua G rover 209 
Anna Devereux 209 
Anne 47 
Penjamin 47 
Petaey 200 
Hetty 47 
Charles 255 
Daniel 40 189 191 
David 40 
Devereux 290 
Dorcas 255 258 261 
i>orothy 40 
Elnsnezer 186 
Elijah 46 
Emma K. 296 

Ephraim 126 183 189 248 266 
Gerahora 258 
Hannah 258 
Huldah 197 
Jason 296 
John 46 
John II. 261 
Jonathan 258 
Joseph 189 261 
Joshua 47 251 
Leata 290 
Louise Hallett 209 
Lvdia 35 47 
Mabel Devereux 209 
Margaret 126 248 206 
Martha 47 257 
Mary 46 47 49 189 252 
Mercy 46 
Mosos 46 257 
Nathan 46 
Olive 261 
Patience 252 
Peter 201 
Phineas 46 
Ruth 255 
Sally 262 
Sarah 196 
Thomas 186 
Timothy 47 188 
Tobias 47 
Salter King 209 
William 191 
Hanasom m Hanscom 
Hans urn tee Hanscom 
HARBISON Samuel P 

HARDING Willie 

Loom is xxix 
HARDISON Hardeson 

Alice 225 227 229 248 257 2G7 
■ BeUey 255 201 

Charity 212 225 226 248 

Eunice 227 256 

George 216 

Hannah 248 267 

John 215 216 225 227 

Jonathan 186 

Joseph 215 218 225 226 227 
228 229 261 

Lvdia 228 

Margaret 253 

Mary 215 218 225 226 2">7 

228 229 248 253 267 

Nabby 228 

Nathaniel 212 218 225 226 248 



(Mr..) 
Edwin 



Index of Persons 

HARDISON cont'd 
Palirnre 226 256 
P«Ur 218 

Ruth 215 216 225 227 
262 

Stephen 120 248 253 207 
_ J nomas 215 248 267 
HARDY A. B LCT«2V 

Esther 88 

Jennie 312 

Mary 249 

Sally 109 170 

Thcophilua 249 

HARFORD -Widow 124 
Anne 196 

Dorothy 45 
Joanna 196 
Lvdia 196 
Mary 179 
Nicholaa 124 179 
Paul 196 
Sally 196 
HARING Julia Phelna xxvi 

John 100 
Mary 100 
Nanhtali 214 
William 214 

HARRIMAN Heater A. 293 

Jcwett 294 

Mary 295 

Nancy 294 
HARRINGTON Elvina 27 

Harriet 18 

Jane 295 

Theodore 18 
HARRIS Benjamin xlviii 

Carv xlviii 

Catherine xlviii 

Edward Doublcday xxxvii 
xlvut xlix 

Katharine Prattle xlix 

M k ar y Frances xxvii 

I haddeua Mason xlviii 

Thaddeua William xlviii xlix 

I nomas xlviii 

William xlviii 

W'illiam Gary xlix 
„ W'il'^m Thaddeua xlix 
HARRISON John 275 

HAPT 1 £ TTS » Wi,,i,l,n 2 <* 
HART Hartt Heart 

Ethenngton 127 199 

ireeborn 134 

Ma r y H ron8on 156 

Thomas 134 

HARTSHORN Susannah 119 

Thomas 120 
Hartt are Hart 
HA , RTWE IL M ary A m 

>> llliam xln 
HARVEY Apphia 265 

Hope 204 

James 264 

Martha 205 266 

Nancv 204 

Sally 204 

Sarah 73 132 

William 205 
;« W v °f Franks 209 

HASKELL Abijah Wynea 305 

tT f! r » h Campion 305 

HASTED Edward 73 74 
Mastey tee Hasty 

HASTINGS John 313 
Sally 313 

Sarah 153 
HASTY Hastey 

Deliverance 248 266 
Ehxabeth 248 207 
James 249 



HASTY ronf.l 
John 1' i 
Ohve 249 

HATCH M 

Agatha 24 89 
Andre 34 
Ann 

Anna J- 90 
R«t*ey 18 60 60 
Cora E. 206 
Erne* tin. 
Franrr. J 296 
Hannah J t-i 
Jame* 302 
Jeanette 296 . 
Jonathan 59 60 
Lvdia 296 
Mary 258 313 
Naomi 69 
Naomi Eliaa 60 
Phillip |K 
Ruth 19 

Ruth Amorette xxix 
Samuel 59 60 
Susan Stover 302 
Trvnhena 60 
William 296 
"ATHORN Nancv 93 
HAVEN Ellen xs jj 3 
Joseph 191 

HAWES Dar.irl3l3 3I4 
rannie 314 
Frank Mortimer vu 
Jay H. 314 
Sarah J. .114 
HAWLEY Halley 

226 244 

Alice Hunter xl 
Henry Simpson xl 
Mary Pell x \ 
Samuel xl 
Ha wood tee Havward 
HAYDEN Haylm 

K I 

Chauncy Hoyi 314 
tdjth Ann ilvn 
James 312 3|4 .i 15 
Joel Calvin 314 
Mary Eliial«>th 312 314 
Ruth ! 

Sarah 314 315 
Sarah F. Mor*e3l4 
Suaan M. 314 
HAYES Hays 

■ a 1 1 

Anna 200 
Petty 261 
Charles 197 
David 285 
Deborah 263 
Flihu 107 203 
Elijah 259 
Elisabeth 197 259 
Eunice L. 314 
Experience . 
Hannah 45 197 
Harley 314 
Hiram . 

Ichabod 213 249 
Jacob 263 
John 197 
Lvdia I 
Martha 205 
Mary 261 
MchiUble 258 
Phel* 260 
Polly 259 266 
Reuben 259 266 
Rjchard 197 252 
Ruth 263 
Sally 203 264 
Samuel 197 
Sarah 249 266 
Susannah 263 
Tabitha 201 



V 



Index of Person.'* 



xcix 



HAYES cont'd 
Theodore 201 
HAYNES Elizabeth 25 
N. B. 25 
William 271 
liny a tee Hayes 
HAY WARD Hawood 

129 

Albert T. (Mrs.) xxvii 

Caleb 00 

Eliaha tfO 
Eunice 00 

Harry Taft 78 xxiv 
Hutchinson 00 

John 00. 

8arah Jane xxvii 
HAZARD Caroline xxviii 

Mary Pierpont xxiv 

Rowland Q. (Mra. ) xxiv 
HAZELTINE Anastasia 18 

Bctaev 314 

Charlotte H. 314 

Elisabeth 314 

Kmily Maria 314 

Hannah 314 

Harriet Elizabeth 314 

Martha 314 

Silas 151 314 

Silas Berkley 175 314 
HEAD Molly 199 
HEAGAN Kmily G. 207 
Heard tee llunl 
HEARL Etherington 199 

Margaret 182 

Molly 199 
Heart tee Hart 

HECKSCHER Guatave Mau- 
rice xxiv 
HECKSTALL Margaret 74 
Heddcsdon tee Hodsdon 
HEFLIN Albert Edward 314 

Effie Josephine 314 

Elixa 314 

Nelson Philander 314 
HEIRL Anna 253 

Benjamin 253 

Jane 249 

John 254 

Margaret 253 

Mary 253 

Olive 250 

Patience 257 

Polly 253 254 

Samuel 253 
HENCHMAN Anna 202 

Lydia 202 

Nathaniel 202 
HENDERSON Dorothy 125 

Samuel 125 
HENDRICK H. W. 314 

Ophelia P. 314 
HENRY Charles B. xxiv 
HERALD Charles G. 34 

Eda M. 34 

Mary 34 

Peter 34 

Sands W. 34 

Thomas E. 34 
HERBERT 90 

Mary Elisabeth 96 
HERDSON Henry 274 
HERRICK Herick 

— Col. 285 

Josephine 303 

Ruble H. 297 

Wait 100 
HERSUM Horsum Hossum 

216 225 

Agnes 206 

Amy 255 

Anna 256 

Benjamin 215 217 219 227 
254 

Charitv 256 

David 255 263 



HERSUM cont'd 
Dorcas ! 

Ebenesei 1M7 256 

Eunice . 

Hannah 250 

Jainca 218 258 

Jemima '.Ji/U 

John 213 210 218 219 225 IM 
8J8 250 200 

Jonathun 250 254 

Joshua 218 

Lydm 227 228 257 202 263 

NlarRaret 250 

Martha 284 

Mary 215 217 227 250 

Molly 225 251 

Moses 264 

Olive 214 216 218 219 226 228 
255 263 265 

Sally 258 

Samuel 256 

Sarah 250 

Timothy 217 

William 215 
HETON Martin 320 
HEWINS Clara Carroll 146 
HIBBERT Joseph 204 

I <>!-, 204 

Ix>ia Inirerson 204 301 300 
IHCHBORN Melvina 294 

Wilhert 294 
HICKMAN Elizabeth 271 272 

Nicholas 271 
HICKS Lewis Wilder 83 vi x 



XXXVI XXXIX 



Hide ter Hyde 
HIGGINS 



193 



Ann M. xxvi 

Anne 194 

Arthur 295 

Benjamin 194 

Daniel 190 194 

Edmund 194 

Elizabeth 194 

Freeman Cobb 295 

George E. 314 

James 194 

John 189 104 

Lucinda 295 

Lydia 194 

Mabel Marguerite 295 

Mary 42 125 184 192 194 

Roxana 302 

Sarah 184 194 

Til ley 193 194 

William Storey 77 xxiv 
HIGGINSON Francis 164 

Francis Lee 164 

George 163 104 

Henry Lee 163 164 165 166 
xxiv xxxvii lxxii 

Ida 165 

Ida Agassix 163 

James Jackson 164 

John 164 

Mary 164 

Mary Cabot 163 164 

Stephen 164 

Thomas Went worth 164 . 
HIGHT Elizabeth 191 

Sally 198 

Sarah 197 253 

Temple 197 

William 191 197 
H1GLEY Hannah 111 

John 111 
HILL Hills 

Antoinette L. xxiv 

Benjamin 143 

Betsey 318 

Caroline R. 20 

Charles Henry (Mrs.) xxir 

Clara E. 168 

Clarence H. 314 

Cora E. 315 



HII. I. cont'd 
Klijab< 20 
Elizabeth I II 1 Hi 314 
Frances 
II 

Hannah 143 
Hannah I. 314 
laaar ] 
John 143 183 184 i!4 

John Fremont Mra.) 159 
John Jaekaoe 314 

Joa«-| I. I 11 

Josephine w\\ Lai xh 

Jo*ri.lni* Mi 
I-«w Cass v 1 1 
I • - I !ix 
Luna 31 S 
Lydia 124) 
Mary 14< .114 
Nancy EvaMM 20 

Olive 2 

Ruth 254 

:iucl Purtridire 314 

Sarah 184 2M .114 

Simon 2141 

Buono <14 

Susan M ::i 1 

Thornaa xli 

Valentine | 

R illiam M -H 1 S 

William Sanford xli 
HII.LIARD Elisabeth Lee 306 

Hannah 217 

Jo.^-ph 21 . 17 261 

Julia -M7 2 

Marv 2 17 . 

Mary C. 2l 

Olte L. G. 266 

Samuel l.ancton 223 
ih 214 223 2 » 7 

Timolhv 2. 
Hills *m Hill 
HILTON 21 

Abby E. 81 

Clara E 31 

Frederieli 260 

Hannah 105 

Joarph 31 

Joseph E. 31 

Kate 28 

Marietta Frances 211 24'. 

Mary 31 

Mary A. 31 

Nicholas 270 

Sally 266 

William H. 31 
HINCHLIFF Harriet E. xxiv 

William E. (Mrs ) 155 xxiv 
HINCKLEY Hinkley 

Aaron 107 

Floyd 307 

Georgie Bell 302 

Helen M 302 

Lois 107 

Ormond 302 

Phel»e 309 

Pollv :. 

S. Kimball 302 

Sarah Priscilla 307 
HINDS limes 

Edith 8 "1 

Samuel T. 91 

Sarah 206 
Hinkley »ee Hinckley 
HINKS Edward W. 299 
HISCOCK Joseph 27 
rtha 27 

Mary 27 
HITCHCOCK Frank Tenney 
xxviii 

Lovina C. 315 

Sarah 314 315 

William B. 315 



Index of Persons 



hobbs 



224 



Amy 252 

Amur ISO 

Apphia 205 

David 187 

Kl.enetei 181 187 101 

Elixal>eth 187 250 205 

Ella 200 

Hannah 248 250 

Henry 224 

Huldah 37 

Isaac 103 MS 

James 125 181 102 103 203 

Joanna 37 102 

Lydia 187 

Mary 248 

Maurice 37 180 180 100 

Mercy 103 

Miriam 252 

Morrel 252 

Nabby 204 

Nathaniel 250 

Patience 250 

Phebe 247 203 

Rebecca 37 102 

Ruth 181 103 250 203 

Sally 37 203 200 

Barah 37 47 180 180 224 250 

Sayward 203 

Sheldon 250 

Stephen 250 

Temperance 204 

Thomas 248 

Wilson 200 
HOBBY Louis 204 

Sally 204 
HOCKNER Elisabeth 283 
Hoddcttdon tee Hodsdon 
HODGEDON Peggy 201 
HODGES Abigail E. 207 

George A. 207 

Ida Ellen 00 

Isaac 33 87 

Mary Ann 33 87 

Mary Stone 207 
HODSDON Heddesdon Hod- 
desdon Hodsden 

Abigail 42 

Abraham 214 

Alice 225 251 

Anna 254 

Benjamin 188 218 254 257 
258 

Benjamin Evan 217 

Betty 47 

Caleb 185 

Charles 222 

David 220 202 

Dorcas 214 220 221 222 227 
220 247 257 201 205 

Ebeneier 210 220 258 201 

Elijah 221 

Elirabeth 220 251 250 

Eunice 220 

Hannah 225 251 254 258 203 

Huldah 220 255 

Ichabod 210 

Isaac 215 221 202 

Israel 183 214 215 217 218 

219 222 224 225 220 227 
228 

Jacob 217 240 

James 220 240 203 

Jamson 215 

Jane 202 

John 47 124 182 188 

Joseph 218 210 221 222 225 

220 227 228 220 248 200 
Joshua 215 217 224 225 
Keziah 258 

Lydia 180 250 

Margaret 214 218 210 220 222 

227 228 220 230 
Margery 226 228 250 
Martha 224 220 253 202 



HODSDON cont'd 

Murv 183 213 214 215 217 

218 210 221 222 224 

220 227 T1H 220 248 24'J 

250 257 200 
Menbah 228 257 258 
Molly 250 252 
Mom 212 220 221 222 220 

247 
Nathan 221 250 
Olive 230 283 200 
Polly 254 202 265 
Priacllla 185 
Rebecca 44 
Sally 254 200 201 
Sarah 212 213 224 228 220 

240 253 258 200 
Shadrack 101 
Shuah 225 
Stephen 180 251 254 
Susannah 182 188 
Tamtine 214 217 224 225 
Thomas 213 218 210 220 222 

227 228 220 230 250 
HOFHEIMER Nathan xxiv 
HOLBROOK Catherine xlviii 
Klla Syrene xxviii 
Hannah 00 
Lucy 00 
Suaannah 00 
Timothy 00 
HOLDEN Samuel 170 
HOLLAND James 184 
Sally 8 
Sarah 184 
HOLLINGWORTH Louis 77 

xxiv 
HOLMAN Mary Lovering 51 

100 322 
HOLMES Holme Holms 

225 

Abigail 251 
Charlotte lix 

Clayton Wood xxxviii lviii lix 
Daniel lviii 
Dorcas 251 250 
Flora Lois lix 
George lviii 
John 213 251 
John Albert xxviii 
John G. 102 
Joseph 251 
Lois lviii 
Lydia 262 
Nlary 225 253 250 
Molly 261 
Sally 262 
Samuel 248 
Sarah 225 248 258 
Shuah 256 
Thirxa lix 

Thomas 212 213 253 2C2 
William 225 
HOLT Amos 177 
Benjamin xxiv 
Elisabeth Gage lxxi 
Hannah 177 
Hannah Bithena 177 
Julia Webster xxviii 
Susan Mary 304 
HOLTON Joshua D. 315 
HOLTZER Charles W. xxiv 
HOMER Winslow Ixvi 
HOOD Charles Harvey (Mrs.) 

xxviii 
Katharine Wyman xxviii 
HOOKER Catherine 315 
Charles H. 315 
D. 114 

Diana Jane 315 
Francis 315 
Herbert A. 315 
Jennie 31 1 
Oscar A. 315 
Thomas 315 



HOOPER Ada 
Anna I"..'. 
An fie M i xiv 
!'.. this I I'M 
lieUey 257 200 

288 258 
Danirl 

t-tl^-tl, 120 214 210 210 
228 224 '-2 253 258 

' iertrude iivm 
Htnni) A 

Henry l*> 

Jarot, ^JO 

James 218 210 

Juno Ripley (Mrs ) xxvui 

John 103 210 218 257 258 
Margaret 240 

Martha 227 
Mary 252 
Molly 255 
Nathaniel 210 200 
Patty 258 

Peggy 212 218 210 220 220 
127 220 248 

Polly 203 
Robert 120 

Sally 280 

Samuel 212 218 210 220 288 
227 220 240 248 203 

Sarah 227 258 

Solomon 124 

Suaannah 201 

Susie 220 

William 102 103 213 210 210 
22'. 228 227 
HOPKINS Abby xlv 

Constance xlvii 

Edward Whiting xxiv 

Klnora .105 

Elvira 305 

Farley 03 

Flora 204 

Frances Georgisna'00 

Frances Georgiana Trott 00 

Henry Clay 06 

Mary 00 

Mary Jane Merritt 101 

St«i hen xlvii lvi 

Sterling 305 

Thomas l^ennox 00 
HOPPIN Klua A. inn 
HOPWOOD Florence E. xxiv 
HORN 40 

Abigail 43 44 

Andrew 4m 192 200 201 

Benjamin 46 255 

Caleb 43 102 

Daniel 44 

Dorcas 45 

Ebenexer 43 101 

Elisabeth 40 

Enoch 45 

Ephraim 40 

Esther 200 

Eunice 250 

George 104 

Oershom 250 

Hannah 46 261 

Heard 44 

James How 45 

Jethro 44 50 183 

Jonathan 44 

Joseph 45 

Lydia. 250 

Margaret 43 

Msrtha 188 

Mary 44 50 183 102 

Mercy 44 46 

Molly 102 

Patty 258 

Peter 250 

Phebe 44 

Richard 40 258 

Ruth 255 

Samuel 43 



\ 



Index of Persons 



HORN cont'd 

Sarah 1K.M 

Trintrum 44 

William 44 40 128 188 
HOKNHI.OWER Henry xxiv 
HORNER Caroline 317 
Horsum *rt Hersum 
HORTON Byron Barnes xxviii 

Martha 211 
Hoes ii m *t* Heraum 
HOUULETTE Almira 20 
HOUGHTON Amanda 316 

Amanda II. 315 

Ann Janette 173 

Benjamin A. 315 

Clement Stevens v vi xi xxvi 

Cornelius A. 315 

Diana Jane 315 

George Melville 154 

Jamea Guy 315 

Joel 173 315 

Joel 8 315 

Jonas 315 

Joseph W. 315 

Joseph Warren 315 

Joaiah 315 

Lodoiska 315 

Lucy 173 

Lucy W 315 

Lydia315 

Lydia B. 315 

N. B. W. 315 

Oliver T 170 315 

Phebe 315 

Sarah E. 315 

Sarah P. 315 

Sophia E. 315 

Stephen C 315 

Stillman E. 315 

Susan $ee Susannah 

Susannah 315 
House *ee Howes 
HOVEY Ivory 120 

Molly 120 
How $ee Howe 

HOWARD Algernon Sydney 
266 

Amos 50 

Charity 50 
'Eleanor 266 

Elisabeth 306 

Enoch 60 

Freda Gertrude 306 

Gertrude 207 

Ira Annette lrviii 

Judith 50 

Lovina 305 

Mary 19 

Pomfrey 50 

Samuel 60 306 

Sarah 60 

William H. 207 
HOWE How 

Archibald Murray 284 

Bathsheba 177 316 

Edward Willard vii 

John 177 316 

Persia 177 
HOWELL 70 

Jane 75 

John Sir 75 
HOWES House 

Florence Reynolds Conant vi 
viii zv 

Joseph Curtis (Mrs.) 159 

Mary 31 

Rhoda 24 
HOWLAND Margaret 18 

Ruth 18 
HOWNDE Hownd 

John 270 271 
HOY Elisabeth 316 

Italy N. 316 

Itly M. see Italy N. 

Michael 316 



HOY cont'd 

William B 316 
HOYT David Wel*te r 242 
HUBBARD Aaron 253 

HetiM-y 318 

Daniel 252 

Elixabeth 252 

Fannie Scott ixvii 

Hannah 263 

Honour 250 

Jane 258 

Jane Parkinson xlix 

John xlix 

Jonathan 263 

Joseph 250 

Lucy 262 

Martha 253 

Mary 204 

Olive 2»52 

Philip 190 

Sally 257 

Samuel 133 252 262 264 

Sarah 254 

Thomas xlix 

Timothy 268 
HUDSON Alice Ivii 
HUES Elisabeth 94 

Hannah 21 94 

John 94 
HUFFMASTER James T. 241 
HULLC. A. 316 

Cora 316 

Erastus 33 

Krancelo 316 

Krankie 316 

Harland H. 316 

Horace D. 316 

James 23 

John 23 

L. Munson 316 

Mahala P. 33 

Maria 23 

Nancy 23 92 

Nellie Edna 316 

Olive S. 316 

Robert 23 33 92 

S. E. 316 

Sally 316 

Samuel 23 

Sarah 23 

Silas D. 316 

William 23 
HUMPHREY Betsey Hill 210 

Elixa Ann Leach 210 

George Henry 210 

George Washington 210 

John 210 

John Devereux 210 

Joseph 210 

Mary Elizabeth 210 

Mercy 210 

William Eaton 210 
HUNNEWELL James Melville 
160 238 vii viii xi xiii xxvi 
HUNT 149 

David xliv 

David Eldridge xliv 

Dorothy xliv 

Elixal>eth 104 

Enoch xliv 

Ephraim xliv 

Frances Rachel xliv 

George Allen xxxvii xliv 

George Harford xliv 

Gideon 60 

Gridley xliv 

Joanna xliv 

John Eaton 316 

Ruth 60 

Susan F. 174 

Susan R. 316 

Thomas 60 xliv 
HUNTER Adam 101 

Charles W. 316 

Dorothy 143 144 145 



HUNTER eonfd 
Elisabeth ih 

Henry 19 94 
John 18 

I.'jcy B 316 

Mary 101 
Rot*rt 143 
HUNTIWiTON Andrew 00 01 

Anna 60 01 

Benjamin N. (Mrs.) 155 xnv 

Conlelia I»ui*a GO 

Ebeneier 00 

Kleiner GO 

EliphsUt 00 01 

Klna 00 

J unire 04 

Hannah 01 

Lucy 01 

Mary 113 

Nancy 00 01 

Oliver 00 01 

Ruth 01 

Sal>elh 01 

Samuel 01 111 

Sarah J. MacM. xxir 

Simeon GO 

Simon 01 
HUNTLEY Charles 154 

Charlotte 154 316 
HUNTRESS Betsey 257 

Darling 252 

Dorothy 2G5 

Keciah 255 

Lydia 256 

Mary 252 

William 257 265 
HUPER — Mrs. 149 
HURD Heard 

228 

Abigail 263 204 

Abray 229 

Ann 180 

Anna 229 250 262 204 205 

Anne 252 

Augustine lxx 

Benjamin 249 201 

Betsey 263 

Bettv 224 251 

Charity 264 

Daniel 81 

Dorothy 190 

Kt>eneter 250 

Eliial eth 253 250 

Esther 214 224 226 227 256 

Eunice 265 

Hannah 226 254 2G2 

Honora 2«»0 

Jethro 126 190 

Joanna 201 

John 218 204 

Joseph 262 

Lvdia 200 264 

Mary 218 220 221 229 252 
253 

Molly 229 249 259 2G0 262 

Nabby 263 

Nahum 263 

Nathaniel 196 

Paul 259 

Phebe 36 44 228 

Ret>ecca 81 

Sally 196 262 

Samuel 189 218 

Sarah 126 195 257 260 

Silas 252 264 

Susan 264 

Susannah 363 

Tappin 220 

Thomas 218 220 221 228 229 

Tristram 180 189 213 224 220 
B7 229 260 253 

Wentworth 265 
HURLBERT Hurlbut 

Amity 154 

Betsey 108 



Cll 



Index of Persons 



HUSSEY Abigail 48 
Anne M 
licnjumiii 40 
If.llmi 41 

Content 4 1 

Daniel 35 41 

Ebenexer 124 

Elizabeth 35 30 46 48 186 

Hannah M 190 

Joh 4(1 188 

John 41 

Joseph 35 41 182 190 

Mary 48 

Mercy 40 48 124 

Patience 41 

Peter 48 

Phebe 30 

Rachel 40 

Richard 179 

Robert 40 

Samuel 30 48 124 

Sarah 4 1 

8usannah 30 48 182 
HUSTON Edna 92 

Edna Nellie 92 

Elbridge 92 

Ered W. 92 

Margaret 88 

Nancy 33 87 92 

Robert 88 

Sarah Elisabeth 92 
HUTCHINS Abby W. 208 

Alfred 208 

Grace 208 

Mary 295 

Susan 89 

Thomaa 93 
HUTCHINSON Christopher 
143 

Daniel 01 

Dorothy 143 144 145 
Ebenexer 01 
Eliaha 01 
Eunice 01 
John 142 
Joseph 61 
Margaret 144 145 
Margery 144 145 
Mary 01 142 
Olive 01 
Ruth 01 

Susannah 01 302 
Thomas 143 
William 143 144 145 
HYDE Hide 
Abel 01 
Abigail 00 01 
Caleb 00 
Chloe 01 
Daniel 00 01 02 
Elijah 58 01 62 
Eliphalet 60 
Elisabeth 60 
Esther 58 
James 264 
Lois 62 
Lucy 61 
Mary 58 60 61 
Mason 00 
Melinda 01 
Naomi 60 
Ruth 62 
S. Worrall xxiy 
Sabra 264 
Samuel 60 
Sarah 60 62 
Walter 60 62 114 
Wealthy 62 
Zabdiel 61 
Zina 62 

IDDINGS Mary air 
INGALLS 209 

Abigail 209 

George 209 



INGALLS cont'd 

Hannah 200 

John 200 

Maud 209 

Sarah . 

William 200 
INGERSOLL Ingerson 

Jonathan 81 

J<ois 204 

Martha 42 
INMAN Carrie xxx 
INTOSS — Mr 292 
IRELAND RoUrt Livingston 

ISBURGH Karl 157 
ISERSON Abraham 8. niv 
ISHAM Mertha M. 310 

Clara A. 310 

D. C. 310 

Dimice 168 

Jane 316 

Lee Clifford 310 

Mary Ann T. 310 

Nelson W. 310 

Ralph 150 

Warren Spincir 316 
ISLEY Henry S.r 75 
IVORY Ix>is 200 



TACK— Mr. 149 
JACKSON — Mr. 149 
Ann I. C. 298 
Reasie Emily xxix 
Frank Will (Mrs.) xxix 
Hannah L. 32 
Polly 170 
Ralph 32 
William Stan- 237 
JACOBS Daniel 120 
Ebenexer 259 
Elisabeth 259 
TAMES I of England 121 
JAMES — Widow 36 
Ann 46 
Anne 45 

Arthur Curtiss ix xxiv 
Catherine 40 
Edmund Janes 156 xxiv 
Edward 278 279 
Eleanor 36 45 
Elisha 45 

Elisabeth Devereux 207 
George 277 
Hannah 36 46 193 
Isaac 319 
J. G. 207 
John 45 
Lydia 40 
Mary 45 104 
Patience 45 
Pruella 319 
Ruth 205 
Sarah 40 
William 104 
Zoa 319 
JANES Abel 113 
Israel 113 
Lucy C. 172 
Man- 113 
JARDINE Rishworth 253 

Sarah 253 
JARVIE James Newbegin 78 

xxiv 
JARVIS Caroline L. 309 

Margaret 200 
JELLISON Jellesson Jelliaaon 
Abigail 224 
Alexander 215 
Hannah 257 
Joseph 257 
Lucy 250 
Margaret 215 
Salty 257 259 
Samuel 249 
Sarah 249 250 256 



J I ! I.I'.OIf ronl'd 

JENKINS CheiUs Wr.ton Ixiv 

J Win 1 1\ i 

I^eotmnl Abbot xxiv lx\n 

*«-ll Sill XXIV xxxvi Ixvi 
Nora Cornelia lx\u 
Phebe . 

Wraton 1 1 1 i 
JENKS Tabitha 192 
JENNINGS Annie Hurr xxiv 

Jane xxix 

W n 1 1 r r x 1 1 v 
JENOUR Richard 130 

Wiburen l 
TKWKTT Sarah Jane 230 
JOHNSON Joi.^.t, Jonaonne 

141 

— Capt 320 
Abigail It 

Alfred ., viii xi 

Am 

Anni.- K. 

Caroline 302 

( Stories Surnnil 310 

( 'harlot '■ \\ ii; Ail liiv 

Edward •,. 

i;iu 

Frank Thomas 302 
< lidei n 2 "> i 
Halm : 
Henry I iha mm 

John I ■_• 

John $ JH0 292 

Jo— than 234 

wpli Hosrard 302 
Magd il< dc 14 1 
Maggie l. .in. 

M ir\ 

Ml 253 

Reuben Sid 
Sally 62 2H2 
Sarah 82 . 
Sarah r.>-tcr 302 
Seth I 

fh ll.tr.n .102 
JOHNSTON Harriet 208 

Thrill, 

JOINER Jenmhs 316 

William 316 
JONES G2 247 

— CI 19 

Abigail 22 Ji7 

Adeline 316 

A mo? 204 -U7 

An 

Anna L'L's _'.'.< f 257 

Arthur Mora* xxviii 

Honjamin 20 48 2 48 266 

Benjamin U' S16 

Retsev 203 317 

Retty 22 257 

Caroline .'<17 

Catherine 

Charles 29 316 

Cynthia M. 171 317 

David 49 

Deborah 317 

Dorcas 49 

Ebenexer 22 212 216 217 218 

225 229 258 
Eh J 317 
Eliphalet 251 

Elixabcth 22 49 187 248 266 
Ehrina 
Emeline 317 
Emery L'7 
Emma A. 317 
Enoch 49 
Erastus 23 
Esther 229 
Eunice 317 



V 



Index of Persons 



fin 



JONES cont'd 
Hannah 22 80 tit 117 
Hannah Amelia xlvi 
llnitir m :u7 
1. OS 
James 23 2 H. 80S a io 317 

Jaincn Alexander 317 

James L. •« James Alexander 

Jan.- IN 

Joanna 49 212 210 217 218 

225 22'.) 
John 49*212 210 217 225 227 

228 317 
Katharine 253 
Katie 225 
Lottie May 317 
Lucy A. 317 
Lydia 225 249 317 
Margaret 18 22 33 87 
Martha 255 204 
Mary 22 29 33 184 249 
Matt Bushnell 77 
Michael 22 
Molly 225 251 258 
Moses 218 
Nabby 225 229 249 
Nancy 20 27 
Nathan 171 317 
Priscilla 212 210 217 225 227 

228 253 255 317 
Rachel 227 254 
Reuben 210 249 
Richard 17 18 22 23 
Robert 22 23 
Roxana 22 
Ruth 22 251 
Sally 19 22 225 250 
Samuel 49 184 189 216 218 

247 250 317 
Sarah 23 33 49 62 
Sarah Freeman 317 
Simeon 22 33 
Stephen 217 255 
Tobias 257 

William 22 184 186 187 188 
William Augustus xxiz 
Jonson see Johnson 
Jonsonne *ee Johnson 
JORDAN Scott xxviii 
William George 242 
JOSSELYN Joslin 
Charles 20 
Mehitable Place 20 
Theresa xxiv 
William E.(Mrs.) xxiv 
JOY Joye 
Abigail 252 
Anne 70 
Joan 98 
Lydia 253 
Martha 251 
Sarah 98 251 
Thomas 98 
William 251 
JOYCE Anne 70 
Joye tee Joy 

JUDD Beulah Thayer 297 
r Carl Arden 297 
Florence E xxiv 
Harold Lee (Mrs.) 156 xxiv 
Isabel 297 
Orrin 297 
TUILLIARD Frederic A. xxiv 
JTJNKINS Esther 255 
Lydia 260 
Robert 255 
JUSTICE Alfred Rudulph 68 
130 xvi 

KALLENDER Ellis 147 

John 147 
KAPP Elinor 306 

Elvira Ramsey 300 

Levi 300 
KAUTZ Albert 244 



KEATING Clare L. xiiv 

Francis Talfourd (Mrs ) ix 
xxiv 
Keey sej Key 
Kc ivm »<■!• Key 
KEEN Kerne 

Aaron 220 

Benjamin 220 

Elizabeth 2.10 258 

Epbraim 220 

Jonathan 220 221 230 249 

Joseph 220 

Mary 214 220 221 230 249 

Myra L 309 

Thomas Goodwin 221 
KEEP Austin Baxter 241 
KEESE Sarah 207 

Sibyl 14 
KELLEY Kelly 

Alexander 24 

Eunice L. 314 

Jane 18 

Margaret 24 89 

Margaret Anna 24 

Moses 18 

Robert John 24 89 

Thomas 24 89 

Thomas Henry 24 
KELLUM Elsie Reamer 310 
Kelly tee Kelley 
KELSEY Antoinette Cecilia 299 

Lorenzo 299 

Sophia 299 
KEMP Edward xxiv 
KENDALL Edith 158 
KENDRICK Ruth 258 

Samuel 258 

Susie 303 
Kenerson tee Kennison 
KENNEDY Kinnedy 

Betsey 108 

Chester 168 

Mary Elizabeth 21 

Ruth 168 
KENNEY Kenny 

Abigail 44 

Abra 39 

Amos 39 

Anne 49 

Benjamin 44 192 252 

Ebenezer 44 

Edmund 44 

Elizabeth 39 188 

Ephraim 179 

Eunice 39 

Hannah 252 

James 39 44 124 188 

John 39 44 180 188 

Joseph 44 

Judith 129 

Louis 44 

Lydia 44 

Mary 39 

Moses 39 

Paul 39 

Penelope 130 

Phebe 44 

Priscilla 39 

Richard 127 

Rose 44 

Ruth 168 

Stephen 213 

Susannah 248 

Thomas 44 

William 44 
KENNISON Kenerson 

Amy 205 

Durban 316 

Elijah 205 

Rebecca Ml 316 

Susan R. 316 

Waldron 261 
KENNISTON Apphia 259 
Kennv *ee Kenney 
KENT Frederic Houston 158 



Lydia 190 251 255 JOS 
Mary 60 240 260 



KEOGH Cheatef Henry 1M 
Kl . Y Keay Keayn Kejn 

Abigail . 

\V .5 

11 Ixxn 

Betty 2 II 

Charity 213 220 248 

Daturl . 
Elizabeth . 
Hannah 249 2 

II.: 

Jar 

Jan.- 2: 

Joanna 257 

John 220 249 251 254 SOS 

Ix>ia I 

Ix>ve 255 

.far} 

Mehitable 240 

Molly 264 255 259 

Oh 

Otis 257 

Patience 250 

Peter 125 190 

Phraly 201 

Samuel 201 

Sarah 248 

Susannah - 

William 259 205 
KIDD Ki.lde 

Alfred \inal Ixiv 

Justinian 272 

Mildred Manton lxiv 
KIDDER Frederic xm 238 

Nathaniel Thayer 100 
KILBURN Alanaon 312 

Bethia 312 

Clarissa 312 
KILGORE Betsey 256 

Elizabeth 248 200 207 

Hannah 251 

John 248 207 

Margaret 251 

Mary 253 

Sally 107 
KILHAM 247 

Mehitable 247 
KILWORTH Dorothy 283 

Brother,. 283 
KIMBALL Kimbal 

Daniel 44 

Helen Frances 77 xx\i 

Henry Swift xxiv 

James 44 2 • I 

James W. 322 

John 118 

Josephine 27 

Lerqy N. 27 

I vd: v 44 

Martha 44 

Mary 44 205 260 

Nehemiah 44 

Priscilla 27 

Sarah 118 

Seth 205 

William N 27 
KINCAID John Edward (Mrs 

1 60 
KING Kingr Kvnu 

Abbv Ingalls 2ir.l 295 

Alice 800 

Amos Harritnao 209 

Anna 209 253 

Anna Devoroux 209 

Charles Sumner 209 

Cora L 209 

Daniel 1 19 

Edward Everett 209 

Edward Maeoe 801 

Eliiabeth 2 

Everett w,|| a rd 209 

V C 238 

Florence M i] 209 

Frances 209 



CIV 



Index of Persons 



KING cont'd 

George 20 

George Everett 200 

George Phillip* 200 

Grace Lillian 200 

Hannah 110 

Jahes Wood 200 

Jane 207 

John 187 208 

John Devereux 208 

I^eonard Reed 200 

Lillian 200 

Margaret M. 24 

Martha Osgood 200 

Mary 20 20.") 208 

Mary Sherman 200 

Nathaniel 206 

Nellie 200 

Ruhy 200 

Rufus 20 

Ruth I .cola 200 

Sarah 20 

Walter John 200 

Willard Devereux 200 

Willard Kverett 200 

William 234 208 
KINGERBY Kingerbie Kinger- 
bye Kynggerbye 

Faith 52 

Katharine 52 

Richard 51 52 

Rol>ert 52 

Thomas 51 52 53 

William 51 
KINGSBURY Alice Eliza xxiv 

Elizabeth 04 

Frank B. (Mrs.) x 
KINGSLEY Eldad 62 
Kinnedv »<•<• Kennedy 
KINNEY Cheater 316 

Mary Ann T. 316 

Ruth 168 
KITSON Emma 304 
KITTREDGE Alfred Beard 162 

Edward Holmes 160 vi xxviii 
KNAPP Arthur Maaon lxxi 

Edward D. 205 

Elizabeth Dixon lxxi 

George Brown xxxvii lxxi 

Hiram lxxi 

James lxxi 

John lxxi 

Minetta 205 

Sophronia lxxi 

William lxxi 
KNICKERBOCKER— Bp. 300 
KNIGHT Night 

101 

Agnes 264 

Elizabeth 200 

George 200 

Grindal 212 213 

John 127 212 213 215 225 227 

Joseph 215 253 

Judah 227 

Lydia 250 264 

Mary 225 

Olive 100 215 225 227 

Phebe 263 

Ruthy 200 

Sally 260 

Samuel 264 

Susannah 45 

Thankful 253 
Knock art Knox 
KNOTT Eleanor 118 

Elizabeth 118 

Ha«inah 116 118 220 

Richard 116 118 200 
KNOWLES Elizabeth xxvii 

Henrv 321 
KNOWLTON Ellen 33 

Harvey 33 

Luke 150 

Margaret 33 



KNOX Knock Nock Nocks 

225 22 

Abigail 21.0 210 236 

Amy 230 264 

Arum . 

Betsey 202 

Betty 254 

Charity 20 1 

Charles 216 

Damri 212 217 210 220 

Dolly I'M 

Dorothy 50 

Dnsko 251 

ElxM.r/.-r 50 120 108 

Eleazer 214 

Elizabeth 50 120 215 220 

Esther 37 108 

Eunice 252 

Fall 217 

Faul *ee Fall 

Hannah 240 252 255 201 263 

Henry 50 

Iiumchar 50 

Jane 250 

John 215 

Jonathan 213 210 254 

Joseph 214 217 225 257 Ml 

Joshua 102 213 215 210 226 

Judith 125 108 255 Ml 

Lydia 108 210 220 Ml Ml 

Margaret 251 250 

Mary 214 217 225 240 251 250 

Mercy 41 182 251 

Moses 250 

Nathan 251 

Nathaniel 215 210 220 

Nicholas 215 252 

Rebecca 43 

Richard 210 

Sally 250 

Samuel 30 262 

Sarah 39 184 199 212 217 225 

220 250 251 252 254 258 
Stace Darling 217 
Susannah 202 
Svlvanua 124 181 
Thomas 181 182 184 100 250 

William 251 202 

Zachariah 183 185 213 250 
256 262 
KYMER — Mr. 148 
Kyng net King 
Kynggcrbye ice Kingerby 

LA BELL Cora Elmira 317 

Isabel A 317 310 

Jeasc Edward 317 

Joe 310 

Thcophilua L. 317 
LAG ROW I a Oro Legro 

Adelbert C 317 

Edna M. 317 

Florence M. 317 

Howard L. 317 

Joel 317 

Mary 168 317 

Nellie 317 

Norman B. 317 

Rachel 102 

Thomas L. 317 
LAHHEE Sarah 187 
LAILER Alton Veeper 80 

Arthur Clark 89 

Frank H 89 

George Charle* 89 

Margaret Ellen 89 

Mary Ann 89 

Thomas S 89 
Ijiiten .*ee Layton 
LAMB Frank Bird xxviii 

Rufus 61 

Barak D:\na Ix 

Sarah H. 62 
LAMBERT Deborah 88 



LAMBERT cont'd 

Uwn88 

Marion J 88 

Msry Jane 88 

Will. » r 
I.AMI'KKK l.ucinda 
LAMSON l.amfiann 

Alt«ert Henry 160 v vii xi 

Ehzal^-th 2 

Enhraim H 265 
LANCASTER Jamea Kimball 

I/ouiaa Crosby 304 

Mary l/ouiae 304 
LAND Ehznl>eth 40 
LANE Charles 2 VJ 

Joseph H 

Lueioda I xi 

MrliMt 33 
I.ANfi Hester 02 
LANGDEN WnndherTjr 187 
LANGSHAW Walter Hamer 76 

LANGSTON Thomas 268 
LANMAN William T W. Ill 
LAPHAM Hrnry O. mr 

John B 305 

John J. (Mrs.) xxiv 

Mary .105 

Mary E xxiv 

nhie r 'irrenleaf 305 
LARABEE 317 

Adelbert 317 

Ann H 

Celma S 100 
| nthia 100 

Edith 317 
rge 109 
LAREY Jane 250 
LAROCK Benjamin 317 

David 317 

Francis 317 

Isaac 317 

John 317 

Margaret 317 

Mary 317 

Peter 317 

Hazilla317 

Rosa Ann sm Razilla 

Zeb 317 
LASELL Josiah M. iz ziir 
LATHAM Elizabeth 132 

Frances 72 132 

I*wis 72 132 
Lathron pM I,othrop 
LAUD William Abp of Canter- 
bury 139 
LAVER Judith 38 

Mary 38 

Molly 184 

Sarah 30 

William 39 
I.AVERDY Salome 253 
LAW James 99 
LAWRENCE Abijah 230 

Adeline C 28 

Alvarue 238 230 

Charles Edward xxviii 

Clarence George 318 

Delia Maria 238 230 
ward L 20 

Eleanor Maria 299 

Eliaa 176 

Eliza 243 244 

Francis 239 

Henry Edwin 230 

Lucy 170 

Mary Augusta 238 

Marv Augusta Patch 230 

Mary Louisa 230 

Milicent 230 

Precinda 176 

Rebecca 207 

Roewell Newton 230 

Samuel 243 



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cv 



LAWRENCE contd 

Sarah Jane 2.10 

Susannah 243 

Ursula 204 
LAWTON vlark Anthony xxviii 
LAYTON Laiten Leighton 

Anne 03 

Ezekiel 03 

Fanny 204 

Hannah 40 03 
LEACH Leech 

A. E. 318 

Abraham 62 

Amos 02 

Benjamin 318 

Bethia 02 

Betsey Hill 210 

Catherine 210 

Clariasa 02 

Edward 02 

Eliza Ann 208 

Elizabeth 318 

Frances M. 200 

Fred P. 318 

Grace 208 

Henry 210 

Ida Eatelle 300 

Irving L 300 

Isaac 02 

John 318 

Jonathan Lyman 62 

Joseph 02 03 

Levi 264 

Lowena 205 

Lucius W 318 

Luna 318 

Lydia 204 318 

Mary 03 173 

Mary K. 173 

Naamah 128 

Palmer C. 318 

Rebecca S. 63 

Royal 173 

Susan Sophia 300 

Winifred 208 

Zebulun 318 
LEARY John 213 

Sydney 185 187 
LEAVER Judith 254 

Sarah 254 

William 254 
LEAVITT Sheldon xxviii 

8usan 200 

WashinRton 206 
LEAVY John 213 
Lebbey tee Libby 
LECHFORD Thomas 142 143 
LEDOUX Charles 318 

Jane 318 
LEE Anne 75 

Anstace 13 

Eliiabeth 247 

Mary Cabot 163 164 

Richard 75 

Robert E 200 

William Sir 70 
Leech tee Leach 
LEEDS Edmund Ingersoll 100 
LEFAVOUR Henry xxviii 
Legro see I^agrow 
LEG ROVE Martha 258 

Samuel 258 
Leighton see Lavton 
LEMING Joan 52 
LEMON Ummon 

Cora Elma Ixxii 

Edward Prescott lxxii 

Edward Rivers xxxviii lxxi 
Ixxii 

Eliiabeth 204 

Elizabeth Gage lxxi 

James lxxi 

John lxxi 

William lxxi 
LENMAN Isobel Hunter xxiv 



LENNAN Nancy 203 
LENNOX 8tuart Earn* Duke 

of 150 
LENNOX Alexander KrakineOO 

Alfred 03 

Ann M 

Annie 04 

Charles 03 

Edwin Sewall 06 

Eliza 03 

Frances 04 

Frances Georgiana Trott 00 

George Erastus 00 

Harriet 03 06 

Helen 03 

Henry 03 

John Erskine 03 

Lucinda Holmes 06 

Lucretia 03 

Margaret 03 06 

Mary 03 05 

Mary Eliza 06 

May H. 06 

Nancy 03 

Nancy Jane 03 

Patrick 03 06 

Robert 03 

Sarah 03 

Sarah E. 06 

Sophia 03 

Thomas 03 05 

Thomas Parkman 06 

William Patrick 03 
LEONARD Charles Webster 

xxiv 
LESSNER Elizabeth 34 

Frank H. 34 

Henry 34 

Margaret 34 

Mary 34 

Thomas Columbus 34 
LEVENTHORPE Edward 140 

Margaret 140 
LEVY Austin T. ix xxiv 
LEWIS Lewes 

140 

Almira 304 
Althea 298 
Carrie Lincoln 304 
David 179 180 
Ellen 298 
Enoch 304 

George H. (Mrs) 157 
Herman Enoch 304 
Lydia 202 
Nl. Louise xxvi 
Peter 298 
Sarah 249 
LIBBY Ubbev Libbey 

247 248 

Abijrail 213 215 210 224 226 

227 240 249 252 257 
Agnes 259 

Alice 214 218 228 248 261 
Ann 248 200 

Anna 214 220 227 229 255 
Benjamin 212 215 216 219 

220 226 227 228 229 230 

248 252 253 
Bethshua 43 
Betaev 255 

Betty" 219 220 227 229 230 
Charles 1S5 222 240 250 
Daniel 213 215 216 219 224 

220 227 229 250 
David 201 
Dorcas 201 
Ebenexer 250 
Eleanor 223 247 201 
Elizabeth 212 214 216 219 

220 220 227 228 220 24S 

250 257 25S 
Eunice 220 2il0 
Experience 228 246 
Fanny 204 



LIBBY cont'd 

Hannah 251 Ml 

Hanson 210 2 

Irhahod 210 250 

Ira 

James 210 223 255 262 

Jeremiah 222 

John 220 222 251 258 

Johnson 22 l 

Joseph 220 

Joshua 22 2 

Krzuth 227 

Lois 219 220 250 200 

Lydia 227 247 258 200 

Margaret 220 

Mark 210 223 247 248 203 

Martha 2' 

Mary 224 228 2 r ,l 

Miriam 213 228 253 

Molly 230 258 250 260 

Nathan 252 

Nathaniel 212 213 210 220 
22 I 228 220 247 

Olive 223 247 257 203 

Polly BSI 

Ruth 252 

Sally i 

Samuel 216 218 255 

Sarah 214 222 224 220 245 
249 250 251 252 254 256 
200 

Sarah Ann 200 

Stephen 218 228 248 251 

Susannah 258 

Susie 229 

Thankful 226 

Zebulun 249 
LIEBMANN Adolph xiir 
LINCOLN Abraham 105 

Benjamin 284 285 286 287 
288 289 200 291 202 

Isaac 103 

Marcia Scott 103 

Robert Todd ixiv 

Waldo viu 
LINDSAY Abigail 210 
LINES H \Vr|«, 77 xxiv 
LINSCOTT Jjnscot 

Dorcas 105 

Lois 264 

Mary 104 

Samuel 105 264 
LIPPINCOTT Ahia 8wift 241 
LITHGOW Martha 100 

Mary 101 

Robert 100 101 
LITTLE Alexander 32 

Caroline 32 

Ehphalet 63 

Faith 114 

Frances 32 

Nathaniel 63 114 

Octavia E. 88 

Thomas 240 241 
LITTLEF1ELD Caleb 84 

Charles Harrison xxviii 

Dorothy 252 

Edmund 84 

Marty 83 
LOCKE Franklin Day xxiv 
LOCKER George 117 
LODGE Henry Cabot xxviii 

Mary Q. xxiv 

Wilham (Mrs.) 78 xxiv 
LOMBARD Pcrcival Hall xxviii 
LONG Ann E 205 

James EL 305 

John L 205 

Lovina 305 

Mary Eliiabeth 305 

(Kills 305 

Wilham 130 
LONGFELLOW Henry Wads- 
worth 115 , 
LOOMIS Amos 63 



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Index of Persons 



LOOMIS cont'd 

And 63 

Edward Kugene xxiv 

EUaabatk W. 03 

Lucy 03 
Lydia 03 
Siiiuiii 03 

LORD 180 

— Widow 127 
Abigail 224 259 202 
Abraham 120 100 212 213 

21ft 217 219 
Ann 205 

Anna 220 230 200 
Anne 4ft 
Apphia 204 
Benjamin 214 220 224 220 

230 251 254 255 205 
Bctacy 255 250 259 201 203 
Betty 255 
Bridget 220 250 
Caleb 125 255 
Charlotte 194 
Daniel 192 218 
Dorcas 182 230 248 250 257 

258 
Ebenezer 180 212 213 215 

210 217 220 228 229 250 

201 
Eliaa 250 
Elijah 218 
Eliaha 214 217 219 220 221 

220 228 229 252 257 
Elizabeth 213 215 217 224 

253 200 200 
Enoch 259 

Father 179 195 196 202 
Eunice 247 249 254 200 204 
Experience 259 201 
Frederick Augustus 211 200 
George 194 
Grixzel 249 
Hannah 220 251 253 255 250 

201 
Humphrey 213 220 222 230 

240 247 250 201 204 
Ichabod 214 255 
Isaac 181 194 
Jacob 222 249 203 204 
James 217 248 250 205 266 
Jane 214 259 
Jenny 229 

Jeremiah 220 249 202 200 
John 130 190 217 200 305 
Joseph 251 
Julia Frances 305 
Keziah 250 
Louisa 305 

Love 214 224 220 230 240 202 
Lucy 180 
Lydia 181 189 194 248 251 

255 257 200 
Margaret 126 182 190 248 251 

266 
Martha 180 213 215 216 217 

226 228 229 251 264 266 
Mary 128 183 215 216 217 224 

220 228 248 249 250 257 

200 
Mattie II. 211 
Mercy 254 258 
Molly 251 252 
Nabby 198 201 
Nancy 194 
Nathan 179 180 182 195 196 

215 254 256 
Nathaniel 192 215 
Nicholas 224 253 200 
Noah 250 
Olive 214 220 222 230 246 247 

250 255 263 305 
Patience 230 251 
Paul 255 
Peggy 202 
Policme 201 



LORD cont'd 

Polly 2 265 

Priacilla 2 

Ruth 214 224 256 

Sally 63 254! 2 

Samuel 1KI IK2 IK.! 185 188 
194 196 215 210 217 
220 255 363 

Sarah 217 218 219 HO ttl 
224 220 228 229 249 250 
253 254 202 265 

Simeon 258 

Simon 251 

Theodoaia 264 

ThoniM 127 220 221 

Tirzah 228 360 

Wentworth 215 

William 216 248 256 259 255 

William Wentworth 210 
LORING Arthur Greene vii 

Augustus Peabody xxiv 

Caleb Gould 309 

Charlotte liii 

David Webster 309 

Emma Tereaa 309 

Harold Angellotti 309 

Harriet 309 

Lindsley (Mr*.) liii 

Prescott 309 

Susan Sophia 309 

William Stcwell 309 
LOTHROP I>athrop 

Anne M. xxiv 

David 02 

Eliza Ann 108 

Jamea 02 

Nelson 108 

Rachel 02 

Sally 108 

Simon 53 02 

Thornton Kirkland 100 163 v 
vi xi xxiv 

Thornton Kirkland (Mrs.) 
xxiv 
LOUD Abby 28 
LOVEDAY John 137 

Margaret 137 

William 69 
LOVELAND Idria 314 
iOVELL Anne 136 

Elizabeth 136 

Franklyn Hallett (Mrs.) xxvi 

Louise xxix 

M. Louise xxvi 

Thomas 136 322 
LOVELLEY Ixjvley 

Mitchell 318 

Victor Hainan 318 
LOVETT Elizabeth 136 137 

Thomaa 322 
Lovley tee Lovelley 
LOW Abigail H I 

Dorcas 224 

Ephraim 216 224 

John 224 

Lucy 255 

Mary 210 224 

Mehitable 250 

Obadiah 210 

Sarah 252 

Thomas 252 

William Gilman xxiv 
LOWELL Abbott Lawrence 100 
xxi 

Daniel Ozro Smith 161 

Frances H. 103 

James Ru. sell 103 

John 206 

Lydia 94 
LOWER Mark Antony 16 
LUCIA Fred 318 

Sarah 318 
LUDLOWE Thomas 277 
LDFKIN Abby S. 307 
Charles 307 



LUFKJIf OtH 
Com A 
D.n.I D 107 

I -I : 

Malwl 
LUNI 
LYFOHD David 48 180 

Sarah 

LTUS ina urril riviJ 

8eth Snow i. . 

>phia ilvn 

LYMAN Alvan63 

Amanda M. 63 

Aaa63 

Betlua S3 

tiaphaibah 57 
Jeruahs 

Joanna S 8 i 

Jonathan 63 

Julia 157 

Lydia I 

Mary I '. 
hard 57 

Sarah 03 

Theodah 63 

William 63 
LYNCH Addie 303 
LYNDK 

Marv lin 

Surah 253 
LYON (I '97 

Georgette Ernestine 97 

Mane Ix>uiar 

McAllister McCaiiutar 

Aaron .flK 
Harriet .us 

Jesse 318 

Lydia 318 

Mary 1 1 s 
MacBRlNE Edith Grieraon zzi 
McCABE W Cordon [I 
McCALLEY Bliaabath I 
McCallister ire McAlll 
McCARRII.L McCarnl McCar- 
yll McCurril 

2 1 S 2 



Abigail 215 228 200 

Abraham 218 

James 215 21 - 

Molly . 

Polly 261 

Rachel . 
MCCARTHY MrCarty 

Catherine 307 

Helen 91 

JerTy 91 

I/ouis xxiv 

Mary A 91 

aryll »er MrCarrill 
McCAUSELAND Ann Elita- 
beth 3 1 

Lizzie 33 

Samuel 31 

William 32 
McCLAIN Edward I>ee niv 
McCLUNG Robert Gardner 

McCLURE Thomas 94 95 
McCOBB Abby 28 

Abigail 20 

Albert 21) 

Betsev 

Dana 30 

Irene 28 

Lydia 20 

Maria 

Nancy 20 

Ruth 20 
nual 20 28 
McCONNELL Helen Sarah 318 

Jane 318 

Jane Sinclair 318 

John 318 

Louella A. 318 



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McCONNELL cont'd 

Mary Ann 318 

Robert 318 

Sarah Ann 318 
McCORMICK Adeline M. 290 



McCOY 



93 



155 



159 



Margaret 93 
McCRIELLES McCreelia Mc- 
Crelis 
Daniel 259 
Hannah 204 
John 100 
Lydia 259 
Mary 251 
Polly 259 
McCurril ire McCarrill 
McDONALD David 318 
Elisabeth 204 
I, n urn Field 318 
McEWEN Alfred (Mrs.) 
zxiv 
Margaret R. xxiv 
McFADDEN Andrew 99 
McPARLAND Charlotte 31 
McGOUCH McGeoch Mo- 
Gooch 
Alexander 198 252 
James 198 202 
John 198 
I. v. Iiti 202 
Olive 198 252 
Robert 198 
McGUIRE Maguire 
Henry 18 
Margaret 18 23 
Nancy 18 
Patrick 23 
Thomas 18 
McINTIRE M'Intire Molntyre 
Alexander 180 
Alice Mabel 305 
Edward Warren 307 
Elisabeth 305 
Ernest Eugene 305 
Frank 305 
Harvey Howard 307 
Ida May 305 
Ingleson 3Q5 307 
Ingleson Roy 305 
Isabel 307 
John 200 
Lena M 305 
Lizzie Noble 305 
Louisa 305 
Lvdia 200 
Mary 257 

Mchitable Peters 307 
Nellie F. 307 
McKAY John Singleton 206 

Mchitable Wilson 200 
McKEE Bessie xxviii 
William Leander (Mrs.) 
xxviii 
McKEEN Joseph 103 

Nancy 103 
McKINSTRY James T. Ix 
McKLEROY Anne 47 
John 183 
Martha 183 
McKOWN Ann Maria 90 
McLELLAN Alfred 106 

Margaret 100 
McMANUS Patrick 99 
McMULLEN McMullin 
Frederic Bogart 322 
Lucile Devereux 297 
Orland 297 

McMURPHY 18 

Betsey 18 
Margaret 18 

McNEAR 21 93 

Agnes 93 
Alexander 21 
Almira 21 
Anne 93 



McNEAR cont'd 

Hnk.T 21 

Betaej H 

Catherine 21 

Christopher 21 

David 21 

inor 93 
Elisabeth 21 93 95 
Emetine '-'I 
George W 21 
Hannah 93 
Hiram II 21 
James 21 93 94 
Jane 21 W.i 
John 21 93 94 95 
John Augustus 21 
Joseph 93 

Josephine Greenleaf 21 
Lvdia 21 
-Nlargaret 93 96 
Mary 21 93 95 
Mary Ann 21 
Mary Elixa 21 
Mary Elisabeth 21 
Rcl>ecca 21 94 

Robert 21 

Ruth 21 
Sarah 21 93 95 
Sarah Ann 21 
Suaan 21 
Thomas 21 93 
Thomas H. 21 
William 21 
Wilson 21 
MacNICHOL George Pope 237 
MACOMBER Cora B. 295 
Elizabeth 295 
Frederick 295 
Frederick 11. 295 
Henry E 295 
Julia 295 
Phyllis 295 
McPHETRES Archibald 104 

Eliza 104 
Ma'cWHA George W xiv 
MADDEN Florence 294 

Mana 89 
Maguire »et McGuire 
MAHN Ella Syrene xxviii 

Frederick Louis (Mrs ) xxviii 
MAIN — Mrs. 191 

Amos 191 
MAISTER Mayster 
Agnes 281 

Elizabeth 279 280 281 
James 279 280 281 
John 279 280 
Peter 279 280 281 
Thomas 280 281 
MAKER NES Makernesse 
Barbaia 283 
Elizabeth 283 
Richard 28.1 
Thomas 283 
MALLET Malet 

Richard 231 232 207 
MALLOY Helen Franklin 307 

Joseph Drum 307 
MALOON Melone 
Betty H 
Caroline A. 294 
MANIMON James W. 318 
Jemima 318 
William 318 
MANLEY Daniel lxviii 
Henry xxxviii lxviii lxix 
Howard Tisdale lxix 
Isa Annette Ixvni 
Jane Sybilline Kiii 
Laurence Bradford lxix 
Salmon Ixvni 
Susan Elizabeth lxix 
Thomas Ixvni 
William 82 lxviii 
MANN Charles Edward vi 



MANNING John 63 
Lydia . 
Mary ft3 250 257 

Patrick 
Sally 2 
S.i ',7 

MANTON Jane Isiv 
Kste Ixiv 

William B lnv 

MAR Er»kine Alexander K*/l 
of 10 
Erskine Isabella Countess of 

Ifl 
Emkine Robert Earl of 1ft 
MARBLE Fred K i 

John Emerson xxviii 
MARHL'RY Catherine 134 
MARCH Euni 
MARCHANT Harriet IWetis 

liz 
MARDEN Maxdin 
Alice 43 
Bathshua 43 

Elisabeth 43 49 182 
James Libl>ey 43 
John 43 
Joseph 193 
Lvdia 43 
Mary 43 
MARGRAGE S*r»na 296 
MARLAND Salome Jane rxTiu 

William (Mrs ) xxvia 
MARRETT John 2UJ 

Martha 203 
MARS Katharine tSI 
MARSH — Col. 286 
Caleb 107 
Margaret 107 
MARSHALL Marshal 
Andrew 184 
Derexia 174 
Elizabeth lxix 
John 189 
Martha 189 
Mary 254 
Nahum 189 254 
Peres lxix 

Suaan Elisabeth Ixis 
MAKSHIA Samuel 318 
MARSTON Edgar Lewie xxir 
MARTIN Marten 

280 

Anderson <">3 64 
Bethia 1 18 
Damaris 04 
Darwin D 156 
Eleanor 118 
Elisabeth 04 
F. Jennie 152 
Hannah 118 
Richard 70 280 
Robert 119 
Thomas 1 18 
MARVIN George Ritehis vh 
MARWOOD Harry 09 
MASON Abigail 40 
Alverdo II ay ward 147 
Anna 209 200 
Benjamin 36 
Charles Frank xxvia 
Daniel M 
Elizabeth 50 184 
Esther 36 50 186 
Esther A. 147 
Eunice 64 
Isaac 30 130 184 
John 30 40 185 26» 
John 0. H. 64 
Joseph 2<J0 
Margaret 52 
Marv 30 146 147 
Noah 146 149 150 
Olive 35 36 
Patience 36 40 
Peleg Sanford 64 



VOL. LXXTV. 



24 



v 



CV11 1 



Index of Persons 



MASON cont'd 

Sarah 147 
MATIIKK William 0. xxiv 
MATHES Robsttt 270 
Mathews tee Matthew 
MATHIE Elisabeth 2 

William 25.S 
MATTESON Carrie Alice 308 

Eraatus P 308 
MATTHEW Mathews Mat- 
thews 

Albert 102 

John (iillette xxx 

John Mabry 241 

Nathan vi xi 
MATTHIES George E. 77 niv 

MATJDANT 28 

MAVERICK Manton tn 
MAVIS Lydia 250 

William 250 
MAWRR Agnes 52 

Joan 52 

Katharine 52 53 

Margaret 52 

Thomaa 51 52 53 
MAXWELL Eather 64 

John 04 

Samuel 64 

Solomon 64 
MAY Maye 

George Henry 237 

Gideon 212 213 

Mary 213 249 

Thomaa 274 
MAYNARD 319 

Adin II 319 

Alice J 318 

Arthur H. 318 
' Ashley J. 318 319 

Iletaey 318 319 

Betsey M. 319 

Burton II. 317 319 

Calvin 319 

Charles Tracy 318 319 

Clariaaa W. 311 

Ella M. 318 319 

Ephraim 318 319 

George B. 319 

George Willie 319 

Grace 319 

Harriet 153 

Isabel 317 

Isabel A. 319 

J ease Knowlcs 171 

Lena M. 319 

Litxie M. 171 311 

Lorette H. 171 

Lydia 319 

Lydia 8. 318 319 

Malvina 174 

Maria Cornelia Durant liii 

Maria J. 319 

Ophelia P. 314 

Orlando S. 319 

Orrilla 174 

Thebe 172 

Prue!la319 

Roxana 177 

Simeon 319 

Stephen 150 

Vaahti M 311 
Maynes tee Means 
Mayster tee Maister 
MEANS Maynea 

Alice 104 

Ann Haseltine 304 

Charlotte Abigail lxiv 

Elnora 305 

Frederick Howard xrxvii lxiv 

Gardiner Coit lxv 

Helen Chandler lxv 

Isaac lxiv 

James lxiv 

James Howard lxiv 

Mark Boardman 304 



MEANS r»,nl'd 

Mary 305 

Paul Howard lxv 

Thomaa 305 lxiv 

WiothrOD Johnson lxv 
MECKSTROTH Anna Lydia 

XXV 

MELCHER Aaron 107 

Kliia»*-th 107 

John 104 

Joaiah 104 

Lois 107 

Margaret 104 

Samuel 107 
MELLUS Mary 94 
M«lone tee Ma loon 
MERCER Georgia Anderson 1 

Hugh Weedon 1 

Mary 1 
MERRIAM Miriam 

Eliiabeth 214 218 220 221 
228 246 258 

John 220 Ml 

John McKinstry 159 viii xviii 

Matthew 184 213 218 220 221 
228 246 249 

Matthew Thacher 221 

Mehitable 258 

Nathaniel 218 258 

Patience 2ijl 

Persia 246 

Sarah 228 
MERRIFIELD Harnette xxvii 
MERRILL Adams H. 108 

Curtis 211 

Maria 108 

Mattie H. 211 

Persia EL 108 

Samuel z 

Sarah E. 108 
MERRITT Douglas 156 xxiv 
MERROW 247 

Abigail 247 

Anna 36 

Charles 223 

Deborah 129 

Dorcas 41 

Eliiabeth 247 

Hannah 36 223 

Isaac 37 223 

James 36 223 

Jonathan 30 192 

Lydia 247 

Lvford Ambrose xxx 

Nancy 247 

Olive 247 

Phebe 30 37 

Sally 37 

Susannah 247 

Thomas 36 
MERRYMAN Abigail 106 

Elisabeth 105 

Timothy 105 
MESSIER Emily 312 

Emily E. 312 

Ida 312 

Joseph 312 
METCALP Metcalfe 

Anna <>4 

Clare L. xxiv 

Clarissa 64 

Daniel 64 

David 64 

Ebenexer 64 

Elisabeth 64 

George 64 

George Cook 64 

Hannah 64 

Jabei 64 

John Thomas 64 

Jonathan 113 

Joseph 64 

Mana 64 

Mary 64. 

Sibyl 64 



METCALP conf.i 

Walter C 1 »•• 
MEYER George Von Lengerk* 

I VII 

D II xnv 
MILHORNE MylborM 

Joan 69 1 

J.hn 136 
MILES lU-tty 237 
MILLER Millar Myller 

At.. «»il 37 1J7 

I>eU>rah 37 

rraa 214 230 255 

Eliakim 37 

Elua Ann 33 

Morenos Andyman x 

George Norton xxiv 

Ida Ix>uiae Fair 78 vi 

James 297 

Jane 104 

John 104 271 272 

John Uarnea 155 xxv 

Katharine V. 297 

Louise xlvn 

Margaret 104 106 

Mary 37 297 

Sarah 37 

Thomas 37 

Thomas C. H 
MILLETT Millet 

Love 183 

Stephen C. xxv 
MILLS Elisabeth 249 

John 155 192 xxv 

Mary 251 

Sarah 251 

Sarah Apame 58 
MILLSPAUGH Edward J. 137 
MIMMY Mimmey 

James 180 

Jane 38 180 188 191 

Molly 180 

Sarah 188 191 
MINER Minor 
. Joseph 108 

Pru-lence 108 

William Harvey xxv 
MINOT Joeenh Grafton vi 
Miriam tee Merriam 
MITCHELL Experience liii 

Grace Weheter lv 

James Henry Ir 

Jane lxiv 

John 100 

I^avinia Hathaway lv 

Mercy 100 

Nahum lv 
MITCHELSON Edward 243 

Ruth 243 
Molde tee Mnulde 
MOLLOY Benjamin 125 
MONEY Catherine 51 

John 61 
MONNETTE Orra Eugeos 

XXViu 

MONTAGUE William Henry 

MONTGOMERY Elisabeth 
White 207 

Emms Louise 304 

Mary Catherine 304 

Robert 304 

Winslow I^ewis 207 
MOODY 102 

Lucv 102 
MOORE Moor More Mores 

Alexander 275 

David 125 182 184 185 187 
192 

Dwight xxx 

Emily Maria 314 

H. J 314 

Isabella 146 

Msne 275 

Maud 307 



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Index of Persons 



(IX 



MOORE cont'd 
Richard 2.1b 
Sally ISO 
Huaie 197 
William 1K0 
MOOKHEAD John 101 
MOHANT Philip 1.14 135 130 
Vlore *te Moore 
MORELLI Domeuico il 
Mores tee Moore 
MOREY Hannah 250 
Isaac 2.VJ 

MORGAN 154 

Italy N. 316 
Itly M. «e« IUly N. 
Jane xli 

John Picrpont xxv 
Mary 305 
Samuel Tate xzv 
Sophia M. 316 
Stephen II. 316 
MORIARTY Georce Andrews 
86 140 158 160 231 243 267 
r vii xi xvi xxi 
JohnMoseley 245 
Mary 86 
Morrel »ee Morrill 
MORREN Morreyn 

Richard Sir 271 
MORRILL Morrel 
Eleanor 248 266 
Enoch 260 
Hannah 248 259 260 
Hope 264 
Isaac 250 259 
Jane 260 
Joanna 250 
Peace 256 
Peaslev 256 
Rachel 250 
William 248 
MORRIS Effingham Buckley 
(Mrs ) ix xxv 
Ellen Douglas xxv 
MORRISON Elizabeth 145 
George Austin 72 133 
Thomas 146 
MORSE Abigail E. 172 
Caro91 
Charles F. 166 
Edwin 29 
Florence A. 309 
George A. 309 
Harold Wilbur 309 
Ida 309 

Ida Estelle 309 
John 212 217 224 225 227 248 

249 
John Torrey 165 
Lenora Augusta 309 
Lizzie Belle 309 
Mary Frances 29 
Mehitable 227 
Rufus Osgood 309 
Sarah 213 217 224 225 227 
Susannah 225 
MORTON Morteyn 
Bryant 249 
Edmund de 232 
Elisabeth 233 277 
Gervis 273 
Joan 233 
John Sir 232 233 
Love 249 
Lucy 233 
MORY Jcrusha 64 114 

John 64 
MOSELEY Charles William vi 
David 243 

Jennie Glover 160 xxviii 
Mary 243 
MOSES Lincoln E. 78 xxv 
MOTT Eliiabeth 134 
Hopper Striker 96 
May H. 96 



MOULDE Molde 

Jane 278 

Miiry 278 
MOULSON Ann*. Lady 5 
MOULTON Helen Winifred 

IIVM 

Jeremiah 101 
Jonathan 124 
Joseph 187 

Warren Joseph (Mrs ) xxvii 
MOYLE John 74 
I.ucia 74 
Margaret 74 
Richard 74 
Walter Sir 74 
MULTON Rol>ert69 
MUMFORD Thomas J. 155 

zxv 
MUMLER William H. Ixiii 
MUNDAY Mary 13 

Nathaniel 13 
MUNRO Edmund D. 91 
Frederick K. 91 
Harriet Jane 91 
Lizzie E. 91 
Melville E. 91 
Solomon Dockendorf 91 
Wilson S. 91 
MUNSEY Andrew Chauncey 
161 
Frank Andrew 161 xxv 
Mary Jane Merritt 161 
MUNSON Samuel L. 157 
MURDOCK Mary 64 
MURLIN Lemuel Herbert 160 

161 
MURPHY Charity 264 
Elizabeth 308 
Patrick 125 127 194 
Samuel 264 
MURRAY Murrey 
—Rev. Mr. 182 
Alice 228 
Eunice 256 
Hannah 258 
James 218 259 265 
John 189 215 216 217 218 224 

225 228 246 250 
Lydia 260 
MarRaret 251 
Martha 260 265 
Mary 224 257 
Nabby 259 
Nathan 217 258 
Olive 258 
Reuben 218 
Samuel 215 251 260 
Sarah 212 215 216 217 218 

224 225 228 246 • 
Susannah 214 246 250 
Thomas 216 256 257 
William 215 
MUSCOTT Eliiabeth 283 

Foulk 283 
MUSSENDON Musenden 
Elizabeth de 2;U 
Thomas de 231 
MUSTARD Margaret 102 
Mylborne »te Milborne 
Myller let Miller 

NANSEGLOS Alice 279 

Elizabeth 279 

Lucy 279 

Mary 2 7 

Richard 279 

Robert 279 

Thomas 270 

William 279 
NASH Chauncey Cushing 237 

Hannah 91 
NASON Betty 254 

Caleb 254 

Elizabeth 249 252 

John 252 



NASON cont'd 
J «fa 'A 

Lucy 240 
Martha I 

Mary . 
M.-m» 240 
Nathan 250 

Olive 1 
Polly 250 

.Sarah . 
NAYLOR Deborah 34 

James (4 

Lydia 34 » 

Martha 34 
Mary 34 
NEALE Neal Neall 

217 227 

Andrew 263 

Anne 2) 

Edmund 264 

Hannah 228 257 

Jeremiah 1 17 

John 144 145 218 220 

Johnson 218 220 228 220 230 

Joseph 117 

Mar K ery 142 144 145 

Mary 263 

Mary Elisabeth xxvii 

Nancy 306 

Olive 252 

Patience 229 230 261 263 

Rachel 308 

Rufus 264 

Sarah 214 218 220 227 228 
220 2:*0 255 264 

Sukey 264 
NELSON Daniel 158 

Joseph 158 

Lillian Julia 206 

Margreet 158 

Polly 158 

Rachel 101 

Sary 158 

Thomas 321 
NETTERVILLE Eleanor 139 

Eliiabeth 130 
NETTERVILLE OF DOWTH 
Netterville John Viscount 
130 

Netterville Nicholas Viscount 
1 39 
NEUWANGER Mary 211 
NEVENS Harry 295 

James M. 295 

Mabel Annie 205 

Mabel Marguerite 205 

Mary 295 
NEWBERRY Anne 134 

Walter 134 
NEWBOLD Arthur E xxv 
NEWCOMB Deborah 64 

Hesekiah 64 

Hope 64 

Jrrusha 64 

Silas 64 65 

Simon 64 65 

Submit H5 
NEWDIGATE Elizabeth 69 136 

John 60 136 
NEWHALL Allen lx 

Charles Lyman xxiviii lx Ixi 

Daniel Ix 

Florence Dana lxi 

John Ix 

Josephine Emily Augusta lxi 

I^rov 28 

Otislx 

Porter 28 

Reuben Ix 

Sarah 201 

Sarah Dana lx 

Sarah France* 28 

Thomas lx 
NEWMARCH Ann 120 

George 120 



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Index of Persons 



NEWMARCH cont'd 
Joseph 190 
Susannah 120 
NEWPORT Blount Mountjoy 

Karl of 139 
NEWTON Mary 173 
NICHOLS NichalU Nicbold 
Nickels 

119 

Ann 110 119 

Charlotte 154 

Charlotte E. 154 

David 42 189 190 197 

Eunice 1M 

Frances 32 

Hannah 42 190 197 250 

Ichahod 42 

John 154 190 

Mary 42 

Mary Chickering 101 

Phebe 190 

Samuel 190 

Sarah 190 

Stephen 190 

Stephen Pope 42 

Susannah 102 

Thomas 42 190 197 

NICOLAS 74 

Night tee Knight 
NISBET Charle* 200 

Judith 200 
NOBLE Abigail 42 
Betty 42 
Hannah 42 
John 42 xlv 
Lydia42 184 187 
Mary 205 
Polly 42 
Sarah 42 
Thomas 42 124 
Nock tee Knox 
Nocks tee Knox 
Noice tee Noyea 
NORCROSS Grenville How- 
land 
NORMAN Nettie Adclla xxx 
Nettie Hall 77 
Traber (Mrs.) xxx 
NORRIS Abby C li 

Albert Lane xxxviii Ixi Ixii 
Albert Perley Ixii 
Carl B. li 
Caroline F. li 
Charles Sewall xxxviii li. 
Clara Elizabeth Ixii 
Clara Maud Ixii 
Edward li 
Emma Frances li 
George Everett li 
Grace May Ixii 
Grcenleaf Rufua Ixi 
James Ixi 
Lowell Ixi 
Lucinda Ixi 
Moses Ixi 
Nicholas Ixi 
Simeon Ixi 
NORTH Joseph 190 
NORTHROP Jane 310 
NORTON Addie 302 
Addie Perkins 302 
Adeline Mary 303 
Augusta A. 303 
Deborah 302 
Dorothy 258 
Elizabeth 75 
Frances 145 
Hannah 302 
Helen Hinckley 302 
Helen M. 302 
James Hatch 302 
Jeremiah S. 302 
John 145 
Jonathan 302 
Joshua 302 



NORTON cont'd 

I^aurrnce Harper 77 

Luther Calvin 302 

Mary C 103 

Merry Rust 230 

Mernell 230 

Nathaniel 213 230 

I'lulippa 274 

Rebecca P. 302 

Richard 274 

Sarah Agues 302 

Sarah Foster 302 

Solon F 909 

Susan Stover 302 

Thomas 75 

Walter 302 

Winthrop Benjamin 258 
NORWEL Patience 263 
NOTINGHAM Richard 271 
NOWELL Nowel 

Betsey 200 204 

Ebcnezer 259 

Patience 259 

Rachel 259 

Silas 191 

Tabitha 201 
NOYES Noice 

Abby 30 

Allen 30 

Charles P. (Mrs.) 241 

Edward Deering xxviii 

Emily C. xxvi 

Fred 30 

Harriet Hayes lxix 

John 30 

Martha 204 

Mary 30 102 

Milton 30 

Rebecca 30 

Rufus K. (Mrs.) 238 

Ruth 30 

Thomas 102 
NUTBROWNE Mary 275 
NUTE Abigail 200 

Isaac 191 255 

Jonathan 200 

Sarah 255 
NUTT Joe 71 
NUTTER Eunice 201 

Sally 259 

Samuel 201 
NUTTING Frank G. 172 310 

Nellie Edna 310 

Thankful 310 

O'BRIEN O'Brion 

John J. xxv 

Mabel Stewart xxvii 

Mary 107 
OGDEN Eliza Ann xxviii 
OLCOTT John H. 91 

John B. (Mrs.) 90 

Maria Isabel 91 
OLIVER Nellie 92 
OLMSTEAD Anna 178 
ORDWAY Amanda J. 208 

Edwin 208 

Grace 208 

Jennie 208 

Walter 208 

Will>crt 208 

Winifred 208 
ORFF Ella M. 30 

I.ydia 30 

Nicholas 30 
ORPYN Anne 989 
ORSWELL Adeline Melville 

-, lxx 
George Burbank lxx 

Harriot Beetle Ixi 
OSBORN OstKirne 

Henry Fairfield 150 xxv 

Joeepn 05 

Peter 09 
Oseulevane tee Sullivan 



OSGOOD 



90 310 



Abby 8. 307 
Anna F 94 
Amur I.Ioim 307 
Arlrtta llolmea 94 

Augusta Ellen 307 

Augusta lienors .100 

Augustus Newton .507 309 
Beatrix A 309 
ilah I) 300 

Blanche 309 

Blanche Adell 307 

Carlton Augustus 310 

Caroline I. .«OU 

Cecil W. 300 

Christopher 302 306 

Conauelo Irene 310 

Daniel 302 

Deai re 906 

Edward Everett 310 

Ehzal»*lh 00 

Elsie I-orsine 310 

Elsie Reamer 310 

Emily 309 
• eat L. 300 

Ethel 310 

Eugene S. 300 

Eva Florence 302 

Erekiel 302 300 

Florence A. 300 

Fred S. 300 

Frederick Stoddard 310 

George 8. 300 

Georgie Bell 302 

Harland B. 300 

Harold K. 300 

Harriet Ann 302 

Horace 00 

Horace N. 00 

Howard Lincoln 310 

Isaac Smith 205 302 300 M7 

Ivan E. 309 

James Erakine 00 

John 300 

John H. 300 

Joseph 300 

Kenneth L. 300 

Lenora G. 300 

Lois France* 306 

Ixiis Hibbert 302 300 

Louis Edward 310 

Lucy 90 

Luther Edward 307 

Malcolm W. .TOO 

Martha 205 300 

Martha B. 300 

Mary 300 

Mary El.tabeth 00 

Mary Smith 307 

Mavnard L. 300 

Mchitable Peters 307 

Mildred Carolyn 310 

Myra L. 300 

Newton I. 300 
Olive Bernice 310 
Pauline 00 
Phebe 300 
Phineaa 300 
Priacilla Le Fevre 309 
Roxana 302 
Rufus Warren 308 309 
Sarah Priacilla 307 
Thomas L. 06 
Thomas Scott 302 
Warren Decoto 310 
William 300 
William Jarvia 310 
Willis Howard 302 
OSIER Came May 92 
Heater 92 
Hiram 92 
Hiram R 92 
Margaret E. 92 
OVERBURY Mary 140 
Walter 140 



Index of Persons 



(XI 



OVERE Harry Hir 135 
OVITT Davis 108 

Diannia 108 

Electa 171 

Eliphalct 171 

Mary 108 

Orpha A. 171 

Reuben C. 312 
OWEN David 102 

Elisabeth 102 

Hannah Stunwood 107 

Jenny 102 

John 102 

Lettie 102 

Lucy 102 

Margaret 102 

Mary 102 

Peggy 102 

Philip 107 

Rachel 102 
' Samuel 102 

Susan Howne 102 

Susannah 102 

William 102 

PACKARD Esther 88 
George W. 02 

Lucy A. 92 

Itoxana 02 

Bamuel O. 88 
PAFPARD Frederic C. (Mrs.) 

liv 
PAGE Paige 

Alfred xliii 

Amity 154 170 

Betsey 175 

Clara R. xliii 

David 256 

Deliverance 248 266 

Eliza 314 

Emily Almira 304 

Eunice 317 

Foster 170 

Gardiner 175 

George Steven* 78 xrv 

Jane S. 175 

Jesse 167 

John J. 304 

Lucretia 03 

Martha 256 

Mary 167 

Mary Ann 167 

Ruby 209 

Rufus 93 

Sally W. 170 

Samuel 209 

Sherman Daniel 209 
PAGETT Katharine 145 
Paige tee Page 
PAINE Pain Payn Payne 

Benjamin 65 

Bridget 65 

Chester 65 

Eliza 84 

Eunice 65 

Everett xxviii 

Jeremiah 305 

Jerusha 65 

Lester 65 

Lois 305 

Lois Cobb 305 

Martha 65 

Mary 65 84 

Rachel 65 

Seth 65 

Stephen 65 

Thomas 65 

William 280 

William L. 84 
PAKYNGTON Elinor 270 
PALMER Abram 26 

Barnabas H. 264 

Betsey 264 

Julius xxv 

Maria Louise xlvi 



PALMER cont'd 

Mary E. 20 

Nellie A. 88 

Polly 258 

Ki-l>««or» zlvi 

Thomas 237 

Walter xlvi 
PAPAZIAN Bertha 8. (Mn ) 

I r,>; 
PAPPOON Hannah 41 193 

Philio 181 
PARDEE Bes*fc xxviii 

Walter Stone 158 
PARK Parks 

N 

Benjamin Franklin 90 97 

Calvin Chapin 96 07 

Fridley 90 

Isabel Beecher 97 

Isat>el Erskine 97 

John Calvin 96 

Maria 90 97 

Richard 241 

Robert Hall 97 
PARKER Aaron xvl 

Abel xlv 

Abraham xlv 

Amory 151 

Amos 153 

Deborah 3 

Doris 301 

Edward Ludlow xxviii 

Eliaha 151 173 

Elizal>eth 294 296 

Elizabeth Helen 301 

Eunice 173 

Eunice M. $ee Minerva E. 

Frances 83 

Freeman 96 

George 83 

Gurdon Saltonatall xlvi 

Hannah 208 

Henry Ainsworth xxxvii xlv 

Henry Seabury xlvi 

Huldah 252 

Isaac xlv 

John Ivi 

Joseph 313 

Lucinda 153 

Mary 83 312 313 xlv xlvi 

Minerva 172 

Minerva E. 173 

Moses xlv 

Moses Greeley xiv 

Rel>ecca 96 

Rel>ecca Davis 96 

Reginald Seabury xlvi 

Relief 318 

Samuel 252 xlv 

Samuel Boardman 301 

Stanley Brampton xlvi 

Stanley Devereux 301 

Stanley Vincent 301 

Stephen 120 

Susannah 120 243 

William Ainsworth xlv xlvi 
PARKHURST Fanny 172 

Joel 172 
Parks »ee Park 
PARLEE Mary A. 176 
PARMELEE Charlee A. 157 
PARMENTER Henry Earl 13 
xxviii 

James Parker 160 vii viii xvi 
PARRIS Elizabeth 71 75 

Peter 71 75 
PARSONS 222 

Benjamin Franklin 96 

John 190 

Jonathan 12S 

Maria MeKown 96 

Reginald If. 157 

Sarah 251 

Sarah Frances 96 

Sarah Jane 96 



PARSONS cont'd 

Usher . 

William 227 
PARIHIDiiE Albert It 31 

CUra B || 

( 'lara r ranr«a 30 
irzer Henry 30 

« ard I .aw [ I iiv 
Elizat*th 31 314 
1 | ink I] 

i All>ert 31 
' I torn Fairbanks 82 
Hoary CUr* 31 

Jacob '. ! 

J a me* Krskine 30 
Jame* W. 30 
Jane Klizal>eth 30 
Joseph Re«d 31 
Julius Lincoln 31 
Lucretia 31 
Mary E 31 
Sarah Reed 30 
Will. art, l'enn 30 
PASK John W. 28 

Sarah France* 28 
PATCH Mary Augusta 238 
PATTEN Elisabeth 211 
Matthew 100 
Nancy 18 
Susannah 100 
PATTERSON Pattison 
Alice Maynard 
rett W. lui 
Robert 188 

William Davis 102 vui 
PATTY MehiUbU 250 
Mnaes 250 

PAUL 40 

At. .(tail 40 
Benjamin Mason 40 
Daniel 40 
David 40 
Edmund 40 
Hannah 263 
Isaac 40 
Josiah 40 

Moae»40 129 181 185 
Patience 40 129 
Samuel 40 
Payn tee Paine 
Payne tee Paine 
PAYNTER William 274 
PEABODY Deborah 302 
Elizabeth P xxv 
George A. 157 
George Foster xxv 
PEACH Alice 119 
Emme 116 119 
Hannah 119 
John 119 
Mary 119 
Sarah 119 
William 119 
PEACOCK John 272 
PEAKE Elizabeth 145 

Willutm Woodman xxviii 
Pearce tee Pierce 
PEARLE Will. am 70 
PEARSON Pearsons Pieraon 
Albert Waring 158 
Betsey 170 312 
Nella Jane xxx 
PECKHAM Peekham 
Abby Jane 65 
John 76 

Joaeph Wells 65 
Lucy Ann 65 
Lucy T. 65 
Margaret 76 
Mary Wells 65 
Roger 76 

Sarah Elizabeth 65 
Simeon 65 

Wheeler Hazard 78 xxv 
Winifred 71 76 



CX11 



Index of Persons 



PEDRICK Mehitable211 

Sarah 200 
Peck ham »ee Peckharn 
PEERY James 180 183 

Kesiah 180 183 

Susannah 42 
PEEVEY Joseph 185 
Peirce aee Pierce 
PENHALLOW Charles 8her 
burne 77 78 

PENNELL Agnes 106 
Deborah 100 
Jacob 100 
Thomaa 100 
PENNY Penney 
Mary 213 225 250 
Pelatiah 250 
PENRY John 320 
PERCIVAL Perciva 
Annia Goodhu 239 240 
Daniel 239 

Emeline 239 

Gorden 239 

Hannah Alger 239 240 

Jacob 239 

John 239 

Judith 239 

Prudence 239 

Suaan 239 

Whitmore 239 
PERKINS Adeline Mary 303 

Anne 130 180 

Betsey 170 312 

Betty 228 

Catherine 295 

Deborah 263 

Esther 190 227 

Frank E. (Mra.) 158 

Frank 8. 242 

Gladya 295 

Harold 295 

Harriet 153 

Henry 260 

Horace 303 

Jabei 252 

Jamea 201 

Joanna 252 

John 170 203 

John A. 154 312 

Jonathan 264 

Joseph 261 

Madeline 295 

Mary 260 261 

Mary Tenny 153 

Merritt Greenwood xxviii 

Molly 225 

Nathaniel 256 

Nella M. 170 

Olive 264 

Pamela 33 88 



Peggy 264 

Polly 261 

Rachel 130 

Sally 256 

Samuel 33 

Sarah 23 33 88 212 214 219 
225 227 228 248 255 207 

Sarah A. 312 

Solomon 255 

Stephen 219 225 227 223 248 
267 

William 130 151 
William H. 153 

PERLEY 315 

Clara Elitabeth Ixii 

Dora Prescott Ixii 
John Langdon lxii 
Sarah P. 315 
PERRY — Mr. 186 
Adelaide 31 
Arthur Dunton xxviii 
Arthur Dunton (Mrs.) xxviii 
Elirabeth 65 
Job 31 
Louise Constance xxviii 



PERRY cont'd 
Maria || 

Mnraden Jasiel nv 
William 65 
PERT Ali.e 137 
(Jeorge l.<7 
Helen P, .{02 
Margery 137 
William 302 
PETERS Petter. 
Amy 20.1 
Elizabeth 1 17 
Hu K h 115 117 118 119 
Mary 203 
Samuel T iiv 
William 203 
PETERSON Mary 11 
Petters *ee Peters 
PETTES Jamea 65 

Temi>erance 65 
PEVERE Everett (Mr..) xl 
PHELPS Abigail 65 66 
David 65 
Elijah 65 66 
Elisabeth 65 
Esther 65 
Hannah f»5 
Joseph 65 66 
Josiah C. 66 
Judith 66 
Keiiah 66 
Lydia 66 
Naomi 65 
Sarah 05 66 
8ilas 65 
Submit 66 
PHILBROOK Albert F. 32 
Allen 32 
Enoch 32 
Lydia 32 
PHILLIPS Philippe 

Alexander Van Cleve uviii 
Elisabeth 209 
Henry Byron xxviii 
Susannah 202 
William 271 

PHILPOT 34 

Abigail 48 129 
Ann Perkins 34 
Benjamin 34 179 191 
Betty 35 
Deborah 257 
Elias 195 
James 34 
John 35 41 130 
Mary 48 128 195 
Mercy 35 
Molly 34 
Moses 35 257 
Nabby 41 
Olive 191 255 
Rjichel 41 49 130 
Richard 35 
Ruth 34 35 40 
Sarah 41 
PICKERING Lucia 206 

Timothy 206 
PIERCE Pearee Peirce- 
Alice 215 
Ann Sarah 14 
Anna 243 

Arthur Winalow 77 vii 
Benjamin 41 249 ilviii 
Bradford Hendrick xxviii 
Caleb 65 
Cornelius C. 14 
Curtis 4! 
Daniel 42 129 
David 2-U 
Dolly 261 
Eheneier 215 216 
Edmund 42 
Eliiabeth 103 214 215 218 

219 227 229 
Esther 260 



PIKRCE cont'd 
Francis 17W 

Hannah 65 66 103 253 261 
Israel 41 124 125 
Jacol. 31 
John 25 129 185 212 215 lit 

219 227 229 
John (;rrri*h 216 
John L 06 
JoMpli 41 218 210 
Joahua 215 243 261 
I^emuel 4 1 
Lvdia 240 
Mama 312 
Margaret 28 

Mary 34 41 215 216 220 164 
Mary Ellen livm 
Mary Prances 25 
Mary L 31 
Mary M 31 
Merry 220 261 
Molly 251 
Pelatiah 262 
Sarah 185 
S«wail28 
Stephen 41 
Suaan 263 
Thomas 4 1 
Timothy 66 
Wallace Lincoln nr 
William 215 2' 
PIERPONT Pauline 30 

8 C 30 
Pieraon tee Pearson 
PIGOTT W.l.urg. 136 
PIKCOT Nancy 263 
PIKE Abigail 181 184 250 
Amos 217 
Anne 4K 
Betty 48 250 
Daniel 48 
Hannah 48 
Harriet .118 
Jamea 48 128 182 183 184 IU 

189 190 192 193 
Jane 217 22 4 127 258 
John 48 128 181 182 
Joseph 48 
Martha 48 128 181 
Molly 193 

Nathaniel 48 181 182 
Nicholas 48 
OUve 227 258 
Samuel 48 
Sarah 48 
Susannah 251 
Suae 224 

Thomas 181 213 217 224 21T 
PILLSBURY .V r > Mary 30* 
Abigail 302 303 
Albert Enoch txviii 
Annie Bell 302 
Charles 8. (Mrs.) uviii 
Christiana 308 
Georre Addison 302 303 
George Melville 302 
Harriet Ann 302 
John ML 302 
Julia Maria 302 
Lois 302 

Maria Abigail 302 
Mary Abhy Tufts 302 30J 
Mary R 302 
Moses 302 303 
Nellie ixvin 
Parker Kimball 302 
Phiness 302 
Pincheon see Pynchon 
Pinchnn ire Pvnchon 
PINKHAM Otis 183 
PINNER John 134 

Barafc 134 
PIPER Prudence 295 
PLACE Marv 26 
PLAISTED Pbustead 



Index of Persons 



rxin 



PLAISTED confd 

Anne 49 \£5 

Hi-laey 257 

Daniel -n 

Hannah 41 120 

John Ml 

Martini 251 

Naomi 49 181 

Williiiiu 49 125 181 185 187 
1 88 
PLEASANTS Jacob Hall 82 
PLOWDEN Mary 139 
PLUMMER I'lumer 

— Mr 180 
Abigail 34 
Anne 194 
Benjamin 93 
Daniel 185 194 
Ebenezer 104 
Enoch 34 
Ephrairn 179 194 
Gershora 34 194 
Hannah 34 196 
John 127 194 
Judith 34 
Lydia 38 
Mercy 194 
Mooes 195 
Reuben 34 
Richard 194 
Sarah 34 37 
Susan E. 94 

POLAND Joseph 92 

Mary 19 92 

Nancy 20 
POLK Charles 308 

Eleanor 308 

Ecekiel 308 

James Knox 308 

John 308 

Joseph 308 

Leonidas 308 

Lucretia 308 

Magdalene 308 

Robert 308 

Thomas 308 

William 308 
POLLE William 268 
POM ROY Daniel 66 

Naomi 66 
POND Daniel xlix 
POOR Poore 

Francis 274 275 

Prudence 275 
POPE Charles Henry 309 

Edwin xxxix 

Hannah 42 197 

Helen Augusta 301 

Nellie Buckingham xxxix 

Willard 238 
PORTER — Col. 308 

— Miss Ixiv 
George French xxv 
Hannah 134 

Jessie Alice Woods viii xxviii 

Lois 103 

Lucretia 66 

Magdalene 308 

Margaret 140 

8amuel 66 

William Henry xxv 
PORTERFIELD Eliia 22 

Margaret 22 

Margaret Elisa 22 

Robert 22 

William 22 
PORTLAND Bentinck William 
Earl of 139 

Weston Charles Earl of 139 

Weston Francis Earl of 73 

Weston Jerome Earl of 139 

Weston Richard Earl of 69 70 
134 135 136 138 

Weston Thomas Earl of 139 
POTTER — Mr. 287 



POTTER cont'd 
Anne 66 
H.iijamin 202 

Dorothg 169 

James Brown nv 

Luke 150 

Ruth 201 202 

Samuel 66 

Samuel II. 66 

Silas 169 
POTTLE Elisabeth 94 95 
POWEL Powal 

— Gen. 286 292 

Abigail 37 
POWERS Power 

Hopestill 134 

Jane 134 

Mary 170 

Nicholas 134 

Peter 170 

Sally 170 260 
PRATT Elisha P. 151 

George Woodman xxx 

Harvey Hunter xxx 

Jeremiah 150 

Lucelia B. 174 

Susan F. 174 

Welcome O. 174 
PRAY Abigail 256 264 

Abraham 261 

Alice 254 

Anna 265 

Anne 186 

Betsey 261 262 265 

Chadbourn 262 

Charles 260 

Dorcas 257 2f>2 

Dorothy 215 250 

Edmund 197 219 

Eliphalet 251 254 

Elisabeth 248 

Ellis 189 

Experience 213 248 

Hiram 223 

Joanna 249 252 261 264 

John 186 197 212 213 218 

Joseph 42 186 223 256 257 

Joshus 197 213 218 219 220 

Levi 203 

Love 42 249 

Margaret 252 

Martha 248 

Mary 186 214 223 251 256 

Menbah 249 

Molly 261 

Moses 189 252 260 

Nabby 262 

Nathaniel 220 

Pelatiah 261 

Peter 252 258 

Polly 258 259 261 

Rachel 38 249 260 

Sally 256 259 2o0 

Samuel 197 215 218 256 262 

Sarah 197 214 218 219 220 
250 252 253 255 

Stephen 249 255 

Susannah 261 

William 249 
PREBLE Abraham 70 

Archie 93 

Flora Abby 92 

Susetta 93 
Prence t*e Prince 
PRESCOTT Betsey H. Ixjtii 

Cora Elma lxxii 

Israel lxxii 
PRESTON Mary 186 

Molly 184 

William 184 186 
PRICHARD Sarah 251 
PRIEST Frank Bigelow xxviii 
PRIME Alexander 259 

Anphia 259 

Elitabeth 38 263 



PRIME cont'd 

J>mri Itfl 189 363 

Joseph 185 189 

Ly.lia IK', 169 

Mark 259 

Mary C iit 

•'live 259 

IMtecra 261 

Sally 259 
PRINCE I'rsoet 

301 

Mary 200 

Thomas 299 320 
PRINDLE loiter Marsh bit.. 
PRIOR Mary 134 

Matthew 134 

Sarah 134 
PROCTOR Fred F. 78 xxv 

Julia 1'. 25 

PROSSER xlvi 

• Arnold xlvi 

John xlvi 

John Kenyon xlvi 

I,oui*e Snow xxivu xlvi 

Maria I»uiae xlvi 
PROVO Harriet 171 
PRUYN Anna xxv 

Rolx-rt Clarence (Mrs.) 156 

xxv 

PUFFER Ella France* xxv 
PUGSLEY Abraham 252 

John 248 

Mary 248 

Susannah 252 
PULSIFER David Henry 30 

Pauline 90 
PURCELL Clara Winalow 300 

Gervaise 301 

Helen Augusta 301 

Hugh Devereux 301 

Hugh Orvaiae 301 
PURVEY Purevey 

Anne 131 

John 69 131 

Robert 69 

William 09 131 
PUSHES John E. xiv 
PUTNAM Kben 159 306 
PYNCHON Pincheon Pin ebon 
I'vncheon 

Ann 140 

Dorothv 138 140 

Edward Sir 69 70 131 138 14i> 

Elisabeth 138 

Frances 140 

George M xxv 

John 69 140 

Rose 138 140 

William 138 140 

QUARLES Elisabeth 211 

Francis 140 

Robert Sir 140 

Susan 140 
QUINBY Quinbey 

180 

Ann 191 

Benjamin 187 190 191 

Hcnjamin Wentworth 40 

Betacy 187 

Eunice 40 

Henry Cole xxviii 

Jacob 35 40 186 191 

John 41 

Lydia 35 187 190 

Nancy 187 

Rebecca 4 1 

Tamxine 40 
QUINCY Elixabeth 203 
QUINMAN Isabella K. 25 
QUINT Abigail 215 217 225 

Anna 264 

Daniel 251 254 

David 253 

Dorothy 250 



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CX1V 



Index of Persons 



QUINT cont'd 
Elisabeth 250 254 
Esther 2. r ».i 
Hannah 225 253 250 
John 217 tM 
Joseph 250 

J.. .ill hi. 215 217 225 25G 
Mary 253 
Molly 254 
Sally 254 
William 2C4 

RACE Adeline 26 

Hiram 26 
RADCLIFFE Anne 5 
RADES Joan 274 

Thomoa 274 
Rae tee Hay 
RAINS Deborah 105 

Joaiah 105 
RAITHEBECKE Raithtieck 
Kaithl>ccko Rathbecke 
Rathebecke 

143 

Ann 146 

Anne 144 146 

Bridget 146 

Dorothy 143 144 145 

Edward 146 

Klitabeth 145 146 

Emcta 146 

Frances 142 144 145 

Isabella 146 

James 144 145 146 

John 145 146 

Katharine 145 

Margaret 144 145 146 

Margery 145 

Martha 145 

Mary 145 

Robert 142 144 145 146 

Thomas 143 144 145 146 

William 143 144 146 
RAND Marcia Scott 107 

William W. 107 
RANDALL Randal Randell 
Rendal Rendall 

Anna 255 

Belinda 313 

Betty 230 

Daniel 46 

Debbey 225 

Deborah 250 257 

Dorcas 259 

Eleanor 261 

Eliphalet 212 215 216 218 220 
221 224 225 226 229 201 

Elii&beth 46 191 224 264 

Ellen H. 176 177 

Eunice 191 

Frank Ellsworth (Mrs.) 160 

Henrietta 313 

Huldah 229 258 

James 213 230 254 

James Maston 250 

Jeremiah 215 

Joanna 221 230 

Johanna 214 

John 213 221 230 

John Rawlins 215 

Jotham 220 

Judith 35 

Lydia 46 212 214 215 216 21S 
220 224 225 226 229 230 

Margaret 214 

Martha M 22t> 260 

Mary M 226 230 254 

Mary Stickncy vii xvii 

Michael 313 

Molly 192 230 

Nancy 230 

Reuben 46 259 

Richard 218 

Ruth 46 

Samuel 46 



RANDALL eoot'd 

Sarah 40 234 251 

Stephen 21'. .' 
RANKINS Kai.krna 

Deborah I 

Elisabeth l •%-' 185 

Joaeph 182 185 

Sally . 

Thomm 259 
RANSOM Elisabeth 104 

George Marcellua Ivm 

Grace Virxmia 1. 

Jane Syhillitie Ivm 

Margaret 104 llx> 

Sophia 104 

Thomaa 104 
Rathhecke tee Raithel>ecke 
Rathet>ecke tee Kaittiebecke 
RAVISE John Sir 271 272 
RAY Rae 

Josephine Edna 31 

Margaret li Ivii 
RAYMOND Louisa 66 

Mulford f><) 

Nathaniel L. 66 
RAYNE Josephine Elisabeth 

159 viii 
READ Reed 

294 

Agnes 251 

All>crt T. 294 

Alice M. 171 

Alvaretta 294 

Amy 214 228 

Andrew 94 

Dewitt C. 294 

Elisabeth 252 

Ella 154 

Ellen S. 154 

Emily Doane il 

Emily Williams 314 

Frances Dcvereux 294 

George 154 314 

Isaac 260 

Jennie Oakley 294 

Joanna xliv 

John 94 279 

Joseph 94 

Mary 100 

Sarah 94 314 

Susannah 200 

William 100 
REDDING Readinge 

Eluabeth 200 

Hose 138 140 
Reed tee Read 
REMICK 223 247 

Abigail 257 

Anna 265 

Betsey 247 

Jacob 257 

James 223 264 

Joseph 223 2 47 

Nathaniel 265 

Sally 2iV4 

Samuel 223 
Rendal tee Randall 
Kendall tee Randall 
REXFORD Phebe 315 
REYNOLDS Ann Sarah 14 

How en 14 

Dorcas 13 

Elisabeth 13 14 

Emilv G. 14 

Gardner 13 

George 297 

Isabella B 14 

Isabella D. 14 

Jabet 14 

James 14 

James P. 14 

Lorean J. 297 

I.vdia B. 14 

Mary 14 

Phcbc 14 



REYNOLDS cont'd 

byl u 

.1 K 14 
Susannah 14 15 

>niaa A 14 
Will, an, 14 15 
Willi»m K 14 
RHOADES Rhoada 
All ■ • ard ssriu 

Clariaaa M 92 
Cornelius 93 

Harriet M 92 
Henry W. 92 
Joaeph 120 
oln 92 
M i -»r a M 92 

laon Osgood 161 322 n -. || 
WoaJtbea 92 
RICE AI--I ill 

Htnjemln 107 

Caleb sli 

Edmund sli 

Franklin Pierce iiitm ■* 
ilu 

Fred Ball n-. ... 

Jal>ei xli 

Joseph sli 

I.ury : 

Mary Berry sli 

Matilda 107 

Maud 89 

Minot xli 

Parker W. 80 

Rebecca M 
RICH Clara Anns 299 

Phebi a 299 

'/..eth 299 
RICHARDS Richard 

Adelbert E. 29 

Alonso 29 

Archibald 29 

Barbara M 91 

Betty 22 2- 7 

Daniel 20 

Elbridge (Jerry 22 90 

1 i*al>eth 91 

Erastua 22 

Hannah 22 90 

Jane I 

Joseph 33 

Joshua 

I-emuel 20 26 91 

Martha Waahington 23 99 

Mary 20 

Mary Ann 20 

Nancy 20 
man 29 

8ally 22 

Sarah 20 26 91 

Sarah Jane H 

T»m»in 24 27 3.1 
RICHARDSON Alfred P ska 

Alice Ivii 

Anne 48 

Clara E. sliii 

Edward Adams xxsrii sJa 
xl 111 

Esekiel xlii 

George Amos Iri 

Joseph H xlii 

Josiah 48 128 

I vdia48 

Mary 48 123 283 

M»ry A slu 

Mary Amina xl 

Nellie Rena Ivi 

Ralph H xlin 

William Btreetet 78 79 ri rxk 
viii iv in 
RICHMOND Emma Ursula in 
RICKARD 224 

Lucy I 

Mosea 224 



v 



225 



254 



"SF*- 187 2. a 

Abigail 40 120 181 250 
Agnes 204 
Anion 4 1 J87 218 
Amy | 

Anna 229 258 
Apphia 36] 
".•.ijiuiuii 41 218 
Jietsey 49 2(13 
Hetty 212 217 218 

229 248 
Daniel 190 
David 184 187 188 
Deborah 249 250 
Dolly 254 258 201 

259* 198 217 218 
Dorothy 49 50 

2*55 e 257 41 i9 181 184 217 
Eleanor 49 
Eliphalet 181 250 

S'olni 049 ,81 '82 1 
225 1230 250 258 259 204 
Enoch 188 192 

258 ftim 4 ° 128 182 188 2 
gather 188 192 255 
^•ekiel 252 
Fannie 204 
George 49 125 
Gershom 40 
Gideon 219 

Hannah 41 49 259 203 

Henry 193 

Jabes 212 213 217 2lfi • 

220 229 230 247 249 
Jedediah 50 
Joanna 220 250 255 
•John 180 190 
Jonathan 259 

°S5 h 258° 125 1M 21? 
217 218 225 



Index of Persons 



184 



Joshua 212 

. 229 248 

Judith 250 
Lemuel 50 
Levi 250 
Lucy 49 188 252 
Lydia 187 200 204 
Lydia Nock 41 
Margaret 214 215 
,225 227 228 200 
Martha 225 255 
Mary 184 214 217 



219 



218 



229 230 247 



219 
249 



50 



220 228 
252 257 

JJ a , tu r in 184 210 255 
Mehitable 42 
Mercy 41 

M 259 1* 193 229 255 

Moaea 21fl 217 218 259 20" 

Nabby 220 259 * 

Nathaniel 41 188 

Nicholas 198 

Noah 189 215 217 219 -">«; 

_ 227 228 255 250 "■ 

Olive 40 255 

Patience 198 

Paul 40 41 

Peace 250 

Phebe 247 200 

"nineas 192 

Polly 259 

Rachel 192 

Reuben 200 

Sally 49 201 202 

Samuel 218 251 

Sarah 41 128 187 230 251 253 

Simeon 253 
Simon E. 252 
Simon Emerv 215 
Susannah 258 



RICKER cont'd 

Thomas 42 49 184 218 201 

1 Wllolhy 217 

'I ' 1 

1 obia* 49 
Went worth 219 
VV'iHium 2 
RIDEOUT J« n<J 104 
■ N «-llie 209 
WHliain 104 
KINES Hrnry 249 
Mary 249 

A r- on r , ' i 49 '«) 213 230 221 

AmikhiI 38 44 

Alexander 43 193 

Ann 179 

Renjamin 35 38 

Hetty 43 47 251 

Damd 35 42 187 

jJe >orah 35 37 38 

Dolly 258 204 

Dudley 204 

njSjR 30 37 43 49 !30 

Edmund 120 

E, i 8 , 7 l 1 t |W 3 io?o : ! 942,291 « 
J«7 188 192 224 252 205 

gather 35 188 192 
Eunice 35 
Francis 43 
George 43 193 
Hannah 35 39 187 
Hatevil 35 41 
Honour 250 
Ichabod 30 185 187 

Jcdediah 199 
Jemima 220 255 
Jeremiah 30 222 247 
Joanna 37 38 39 42 185 187 

Job 125 187 

John 35 30 37 43 47 129 
John Carr 43 * 

Jonathan 39 

J T93 h 2|f 3 ° M " 12G 185 

J °to^% 3 ,o 4 o 145 ,2518 2 187 
190 212 210 218 224 225 
_ 220 227 258 
Josiah 120 
Judith 34 35 
Larkin 222 

Love 42 129 181 190 192 193 

Lucy 222 247 

Lydia 35 37 38 39 120 259 

Margaret 40 

Martha 40 249 255 

Mary 30 38 41 49 193 214 220 

-- 1 

Mercy 193 

Molly 39 40 43 48 190 227 

Mose* 35 30 183 201 

*>ancy 201 

Nathan 35 181 192 

Nathaniel 2 2 J 

Olive 35 41 181 191 

Paul 35 

Peter 187 

Rachel 38 49 130 254 

Rebecca 43 

Relief 43 

Keuben 48 

Ruth 35 210 2lo 224 ^s 

227 251 ~ 2G 

Sallv 201 

^asi&s a** ■" ,3 ° 

Simon 35 
Stephen 48 



cxv 

ROBERTS eo 0t d 

*S*«* 38 42 43 185 187 

^ ^0 43 ,23 ,83 

' > 4 1 |89 
wii|„ m 231 

R OBIE Mary 201 

Ant,r ili a ,u ' 

Charle. .• 7 
:'em*ntin« 27 
MhM M 
Eliaab«Ui 

• luaf^th I) §0; 

Elisabeth Smith 56 
"«t 05 

George W. 59 

Iehabod 55 

\ '■ Mr.) , 

Jane 152 

John 27 00 Mi 

Joseph 55 

Josephine Emily Augusta li 

Launnda 00 

L/dia 58 

Mary 65 

Maud 89 

Minnie 27 

Nabby 66 

R<-I*rca In 

Robert 17 

Thomas In 
Thomas C. 27 

ROCHES Griffin 70 

Jane 70 
ROCKEFEI 1 FP w 11 

ROCKw7L L LA?d «7 llMI m 
Joseph 07 

Josiah 00 07 

Lucy 07 

Lvdia 07 

Philena 67 

Sarah 67 
Rod rem »„ Rogers 
RODMAN I_%5 

D/^tU* "olmee 05 
ROGERS Rodger, 

34 

— Mr 189 



Aaron . 

Abigail 197 254 

Agnes 195 197 

Andrew 195 197 

Glansaa 263 

Daniel 117 jjg 

David Moo r 197 

Deborah 105 
Effie Amelia 34 
Elisabeth P. xx* 
Esther ,79 195 255 
George 240 

Henr >' Huddlestoo xxri 

Jacob C. (Mrs ) » IV 

James Swift 182 

Jeremiah 105 

John 104 

Marion 32 

Martha Lithgow 104 

Mary 105 

Mary Elisabeth 30 

Molly 246 261 

Mosjh 1 

Robert ,79 195 197 
Susannah 195 ,97 
Susy 197 

Thomas 26, 
*V,||, ftm ]r>4 197 

Abigail 47 
Andrew 40 



\ 



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Index of Persons 



ROLLINS cont'd 
lU'lwy 30 
Betty H»7 

Eli*al>cth 30 45 188 
George 30 
Hannah 103 250 
Hiram 30 
Ichabod 40 127 130 180 180 

100 
Jack 180 
James 30 193 
Jeremiah 40 
John 30 45 188 
Jon 102 
Lvdia 40 
Mary 102 
Molly 30 
Ruth 40 
Sabra 40 
ROOS Peter 272 

William de Ix>rd Hamlake tee 
Hamlake I-ord 
ROOSEVELT Theodore xlvi 
ROSS Ili-NKH' Emily xxix 
Daniel 264 
Dorcaa 203 
Elisabeth 230 
Ellen xxviii 
Hannah 105 254 
Hugh 101 214 221 251 
James 105 222 
Joanna 221 222 223 230 240 

250 204 
Johanna 214 
Jonathan 213 221 222 223 230 

240 250 
Joseph 221 
Jotham 203 
Lydia R. 152 
Mary 251 
Noah 221 
Patience 214 256 
Sarah 240 
Simon 214 221 
8tephen 223 

Waldo Ogden (Mrs.) xxviii 
ROWE Row 
Joyce 255 
Mary 248 267 
Moses 255 
Olive 184 
Samuel 184 
Sarah 214 230 255 
ROWLAND Dunbar 242 
ROWSELEY — Mrs. 272 
RUCK Mary 205 
RUDDOCK Ruth 209 211 
RUDYNG John 270 
RUGG Elisabeth Maria 303 
Josiah 303 
Mary 303 
RUNDLETT Dora Prescott lxii 
RUPPRECHT Frederick K. 70 

XXV 

RUSHBROOKE — Mr. 277 
RUSHTON Alice 3 
RUSSELL George 10 

John 280 

Nancy 10 

Rebecca 204 
RUSTE Helen S. 06 

Samuel 06 
RYAN Thomas Fortune xxv 
RYDER Clifford 209 

Flora Nancy 209 

George 209 

Mary Sherman 209 

Maurice Sumner 209 
RYE 141 

Agnea 141 
RYLAY Jane 51 

Peter 51 

Robert 51 

William 51 
RYNDS Mary 253 



RYSELEY — Mrs 272 
George 272 

Willis,,, 272 

SABIN Charles Hamilton nv 
sadlikr Gertrude 130 
SAGE Will, am Henry 156 nv 
SALISBURY Klon (Islusha 162 
Sithahy tee Saxhy 
SALMAN William 207 
SALTONSTALL Mary 180 
SAMGER Jane 75 
SAMPSON Samson 
Catherine 238 
Damans 238 
Delia Maria 238 
Klisha 238 

James 146 147 148 140 150 
Joanna 146 147 148 140 150 
Richard 147 148 140 
Serena tee Joanna 
Thomas 140 
SAMUEL Samwell 
Francis 273 275 
George 277 
John 271 
Mary 275 
Richard 268 
Richard Sir 278 
Roger 8ir 277 
William Sir 276 277 
SANBORN Rebecca 104 
Richard 104 
Sarah 257 
Theodosia 104 
Victor Channing 51 320 
Sanders tee Saunders 
SANFORD John 85 
Liliaa White 83 85 
Samuel 85 
Susan 85 
SARGENT Sargcant Sargeint 
Sargiant Sarient Sarjeant 
Savagert Seargeant Ser- 
geant Sergeaunte Sergent 
Sergentt 
' — Mrs 283 
Agnea 273 283 
Alice 281 282 283 
Ann 283 
Anne 281 282 
Charlotte Sophia Ixvii 
Daniel 281 283 Ixvii 
Digory 4 
Dorcaa 282 283 
Dorothy 281 282 283 
Edward 281 
Edward Mall x Ixviii 
Elizabeth 281 282 283 
Epea Ixvii 
Francis 282 283 
George 281 283 
Hannah 282 283 
Henrietta Peirce Ixviii 
Horace Rinney Ixvu 
Hugh 231 273 274 281 
June 281 
Joan 281 283 
John 281 2SJ 2«vl 
John Singer lxvi 
John Turner Ixvii Ixviii 
Joseph 281 282 283 
Margaret 331 273 
Martha 283 28,1 
Mary 281 282 283 
Robejft, tee Roger 
Roger 2C1 282 283 
Samuel 281 2S2 283 
Sarah . 

Thomas 282 283 
William 231 281 282 283 Ixvii 
William Story xxxviii Ixvu 

SAUNDERS Sanders 
Abigail 50 185 105 



SAUNDERS cont'd 
lata 17] 

Elisat«>th 127 

Jane 30 

Lillian Maude 77 in 

Samuel IS 28 30 

Sarah 18 . 

Sarah B 05 
rnas 05 
SAVAGE Charts* Tyter 223 

James 143 165 

Jans Cooper Demetrius M7 

Joseph 22.! 

Katharine 223 247 

Katharine Sophia 247 

Philip 22A 

Samuel 223 

Sarah A. 20 

William Henry 223 
Savapert tee Sargent 
SAVINS — Mr. 140 

— Mrs. 140 
SAWYER 107 

Caroline Carleton 25 

Content 107 

Enoch 107 

Henry 25 

Jacob 106 107 

Ketiah 107 

Lvdia 107 

Mary 107 

Patience 106 

Sarah 106 

Stephen 106 

Suaannah 106 
SAXBY Salisby Saxilby 

Anna 130 

Edward Sir 68 69 73 130 131 

Elisabeth 68 60 1.10 131 

Mary 68 60 73 130 131 140 

Mene tee Mary 
SAYLES Rohert WiiYoi 117 
SCAMMON Hannah 248 267 
SCATES Abigail 214 215 118 
If 226 227 228 

Alberta 218 

Hetty 254 

Dodavah 218 260 

Elixabeth 225 

George 214 

Hannah 124 257 

Ithiel 218 260 

John 184 212213214218118 
225 22 28 263 

Joseph 257 

Joshua 215 254 

Lvdia 226 280 

Molly 227 258 

Nabby 228 257 

Rachel 254 

Ruth 260 

Sally 262 

Sarah 184 250 
SCHERER Albert 0. 156 
SCHIFF Jacob Henry nr 

Leo Mortimer xxv 
SCHMIDT Haiel 01 
SCHNIEWIND Ewald H. xxv 

Henry xxv 
SCOTT Albert Woodburn 309 

Alfred Rowne (Mrs ) xxv 

Benjamin 333 
Cathenne 134 

Flla Frances xxv 

Emma Teresa 309 

Ethel 310 
Georgiana 300 

Hannah 134 

Harnett (".race 333 

Henry Edwards 76 155 100 

237 v vi vii xi xn 
John 322 
Joseph 333 
Richard 134 
Walter xxv 



V 



Index of Persons 



cxvn 



SCRUTON Elltabeth 250 
SCRYMSER Jamea A. (Mrs.) 
ixv 
Mary C. ixv 
SCUDDER Winthron 8. xxx 
SBABURY Abigail 67 

Ann 07 

Benjamin 07 

Elian a 07 

Elisabeth 07 

Hannah Amelia xlvi 

Hephxibah 07 

Margaret 07 

Mary xlvi 

Ramuel 07 xlvi 

Hudhai 07 
SEAMAN Ardella Horton 211 

George 211 

Martha 211 
Seargeant tee Sargent 
SEARS Anna Lydia xxv 

Clara Endicott xxv 

Francis Bacon (Mrs.) xxviii 

Mary Elisabeth xxviii 

Richard Warren (Mrs.) ix xxv 
SEAVERNS Myrtie Fisher 

xxviii 
SBAVEY 94 

Belle Augusta xxvii 

Eleanor 200 

Mary 95 

Sarah 93 94 95 

Saul 93 95 
SEAWARDS Giles 120 
SEIDERS Nancy D. 91 
SELBY Isodia 74 

Thomas 74 
Sergeant eee Sargent 
Sergeaunte tee Sargent 
Sergent tee Sargent 
Sergentt tee Sargent 
SESSIONS Joseph W. 106 

Mary 100 
Seulevanc tee Sullivan 
SEVERANCE Elirabeth 157 

John I/ong xxv 
SEVERNE Thomas 281 
SEWALL Abigail 203 

Amy 203 

Anne Henchman 203 

Caroline 203 

Charles Chauncy 203 

Dummer 100 105 

Edmund Quincy 203 

Elisabeth 203 

Elisabeth Quincy ,203 

Henry 203 

Henry Devereux 203 

Jenny 105 

Joseph 203 

Joseph Henchman 203 

Lydia Maria 203 

Martha 203 

Mary 100 203 

Mary C. 203 

Samuel 203 

Thomas Robie 203 

SEXTEN r- 275 

SEYMORE Jane 100 
SEYTON John Sir 233 

John de Sir 232 234 
SHAA Edmund 271 274 275 

Robert 271 

Thomas 271 
SHACKFORD Samuel Burn- 
ham 158 240 vii 
SHACKLEVE Abigail 248 
SHACKLEY Abigail 260 

Eunice 212 214 224 

John 224 

Lois 224 
SHANNON Cutt 183 
SHAPLEIGH Alfred Lee 78 

SHATTUCK Annie E. 172 



SHATTUCK cont'd 

IicUcy 178 

Fanny 152 

Laura A. 178 

Lemuel tiii 

I'r.M.tm 178 

Sarah E. 178 

William xlii 
SHAW Anna Blake 237 

Francia 144 

Gladys 91 

Jeremiah 204 

Lvdia l't.4 

Margaret 144 

Martha 205 

Mary Frances xxvii 

Patience 270 

Suincy Adams (Mrs.) 165 
obert Gould xxv 
SHAY Betsey 205 

Hiram 264 

Ret>ecra 264 

William 265 
SHEAR Nora Cornelia lxvii 

Theodore I/ealie lxvii 
SHEDD Alice M. 162 

Amy F. xxv 

Freeman B. (Mrs.) 77 xxv 
SHEEPLEY — Mrs. 125 
SHEFFIELD Edmund 83 84 

Elixa 84 

Elisabeth 86 

Frances 80 

George Gardner 84 

Ichabod 83 

Joseph 83 

Joaiah 83 

Katharine Ray 80 

Liliaa Sanford 80 

Liliaa White 83 

Margaret Burdick 86 

Mary 83 86 

Mary Morse 86 

Mary Stevens 86 

Mercy 83 84 

Samuel Sanford 86 

Sarah 83 

William Paine 83 84 85 86 87 
xxviii xxxvii lxxii 
SHELBY Eleanor 308 

Evan 308 
SHELDON Elirabeth 139 

Frank M. xxviii 

George (Mrs) xxviii 

Jennie Maria xxviii 

Sylvia 32 

Thomas 139 
SHELLEY Charles Sir 140 

Elizabeth 140 
SHEPARD Shepherd 

Andrew 258 

Charles 241 

Charles Sidney 157 

Eunice 258 

Finley Johnson xxv 

Hannah 105 106 

Mark 105 
SHERBURNE Sherburn 

Henry 184 

Love 257 

Marv 250 
SHERMAN Anson 67 

Charles R. 241 

Daniel 67 

Edmund 241 

Emily 86 

Eunice 67 

John 241 

Roger 24 1 

Samuel 241 

Sophia Carter xxv 

Thomas Townaend 241 

William Watts (Mrs.) 156 

SHERRINGHAM Ellen 133 



' HIPTON Henry 390 
SHIRLEY Agnes 93 

Mary 21 N 95 
illiatn 101 
SHOEMAKER Flora Lois lit 

FloyiJ In 
SHOREY Abi«a,l257 

Alice 248 267 

Anna 229 258 

ItriijBHun 251 

Charity 124 248 

Charles 2U 

1 ><>rcaa 257 262 

Elua 204 

Eliialeth 212 214 217 210 
220 227 228 22O24- 

Eunice 46 248 249 261 266 

Hannah 212 215 217 224 
225 226 227 248 267 

Jacob 212 215 217 225 236 

227 248 207 
James 240 

John 212 213 215 217 253 

Jos 124 

Joseph 257 

Judith 249 

I*vi 220 

Lydia 259 

Martha 249 

Mary 213 224 226 253 254 

2-, 2 
Mile. 212 217 219 220 227 

228 229 249 
Molly 261 
Nancy 225 
Nathaniel 264 
Pelatiah 264 
Phealy 261 
Ruth 252 
Sally 2»i0 I 
Samuel 256 261 
Ssrah 228 
Stephen 257 
Rusannah 261 
Tamiine 251 
Thomas 224 248 267 
Thomas Coese 217 
William 24U Ml 

SHORT Rebecca xlvi 
SHRIEVE Mary 83 

Thomas 83 
SHURTLIFF William 130 
SHUTE Helen Winifred xxvii 

John 207 

Mabel S. 207 

Mary Aprleton xxvii 

Susnn IV 294 
SIBLEY 92 

Rufus Adams xxv 
SIDELINGER Catherine 21 
SILSBEE Sillesbie 

Bertha 207 

F.liia Devereux 207 

Elual^th White 207 

George Devereux 207 

Marianne Devereux. 207 

Mary 207 

Mary Ann 206 

Mary Crowninshield 207 

Mary Stone 207 

Matthew 277 

Nathaniel 200 207 

Nathaniel Devereux 207 

Rosamond White 207 

William Edward 207 
SIMMONS Simonds Simons 
Symondi 

30 

Cora 30 

George H. 78 xxv 

Ida Maria xxx 

James Raymond 77 78 162 
xvni 

Moyses Rogers xxx 

Moyses Rogers (Mrs ) xxx 



V 



cxviii 



Index of Persons 



SIMMONS cont'd 

Sarah Ann 1.7 

Susannah 201 

Thintcr 07 
SIMPSON 29 

Abby Rebecca 29 

Sarah 130 
SIMS Carolina 07 

George 57 07 
SISLINGTON Agnes 136 
SKELTON Skilton 

Pamela Wyrnati liii 

Samuel zli 
SKINNER 318 

Arthur H. 318 

C. C. 318 

Harriet Hayes lxix 

James 93 

Janet 93 

John Langdon lxix 

Joseph John xxxviii lxix 

Mary J. 107 

Sophronia Ann lxix 

Theodore II. lxix 
SKOLFIELD Alice 104 

Anne 100 

Clement 104 100 

Mary 100 
SLADE 136 

Joan 136 

John 136 

Mary 69 136 
SI ATER Ruth xxviii 
SLOCUM Slocomb 

— Mr. 148 

— Widow 148 
Joseph Jermain xxv 

SLOMIN Hannah 94 

Thomas 94 
SMITH Smyth Smythe 

Abby Josephine 303 

Abigail 246 255 

Alice 209 

Allen B. 8 

Amelia xli 

Amy 253 

Ann 7 224 254 

Anna 104 249 

Archibald 186 192 

Beriah 7 

Betsey 7 177 258 

Betty 37 

Calvin 7 

Charles 91 

Charles H. 25 

Clarissa 7 

Clindia 7 

Daniel 37 193 215 253 

David 7 

David Ix>ng 8 

Dorcas 73 131 252 

El>enezer B. 8 

Elijah 104 

Elizabeth 37 131 193 213 215 
224 248 

Emeline C 91 

Esther E 8 

Eunice 7 8 253 

Fanny 7 8 

Fanny C 8 

Georgiana 309 

Hannah 91 248 259 

Hannah D. 8 

Hannah Herrick 246 

Harriet L 8 

Henry 188 xli 

Hezekiah 8 

Ichabod 253 

Israel 252 

Jane xli 

Jemima 2G0 

Jenny 7 

Joanna 112 192 

John 7 8 27 212 215 224 251 
270 271 



May Maude 25 
Mefiitahle 183 



SMITH confd 
John L 8 
Joseph 7 184 
J.ishua 246 255 

JlJUtMA BJ 

Kate II xxviii 

Keziah 7 

Levma 7 

Luther 8 

Martha 7 

Martha Ann 8 

Martha II 

Mary 8 24S 266 302 306 

Matthew 73 IS1 

•nil 

Merry 251 254 

Molly 7 

Moses 37 259 

Naomi 252 

Nathaniel 8 

Orrin 7 

Othniel 7 

Polly 259 

Rachel 7 

Rebecca 81 

Reul>en 37 

Rhoda 8 

Richard 13 

Richard W.(Mrs) xxviii 

Rominer 8 

Sabrina 7 

Sally 7 8 

Samuel N. 91 

Sarah 8 253 

Sarah C. 8 

Sophia 299 

Stephen 254 

Susannah 7 188 259 

Tamsin 27 

Temperance 30 

Thomas 183 

Walter B. 7 8 

William 37 259 269 
SMOOT lewis E. 156 
Smyth tee Smith 
Smythe tee Smith 
SNOW Adelaide 25 

Constance zlvii 

Elizabeth Isa!>el lxiv 

James 25 

Morton liiv 

Nicholas xlvii 

Polly 254 

Sophia xlvii 

William Brown ri 
SNOWBALL Arthur 302 

Frank 302 

Rebecca P. 302 

Robert Thomas 302 
SNOWDEN Francis Laird 78 

SNYDER Valentine P xxv 
SOMERSET George Sir 237 
SOMES Ixiis 804 
SORNBORGER Belinda 313 
SOUTHEE Moses 265 

Ssllv MS 
SOUTH MAYD Pmdenre 239 
SOUTHWELL Robert Sir 75 
SOUTHWORTH Beriah 67 

Deborah 67 

Edward 67 

Elisabeth 67 

Otis Stark 156 

Rebecca 67 
SPALDING Albert Goodwill 
(Mrs.) 155 xxv 

Eli»al>eth xxv 
SPEAR 20 

Elizabeth 103 

I.vdia 20 

Rebecca 105 

Sxrah 103 

William 103 



SPENCER — 

res* 263 



— 192 228 



Freei 

Hannah 228 254) 
Humphrey 228 
John 15 264 
Joseph 192 251 257 
Katharine 253 
Ly.lia . 

\y 255 
Nabl •. 2 ',: 
Ruth 264 

.neon 253 262 
.-ai.nah 15 208 
U ,||. am ;<20 
SPICER Mary 142 

Thomas 142 
SPRAGUE Abigail 67 
Barnabas 67 

njamin 67 106 
I xal-eth xzii 
Freelove 67 

Hannah 67 

John 106 
Mary 67 106 
Prudence 108 

Nil a* 67 

Solomon 16 

Su san 16 
SPROUL Albert C. 30 

Augustus Charles 91 

Augustus Marias 91 

Charles Dwinal 91 

Ella Jane 30 

Gates H. 30 

('.race Kmma 91 

Henry A 30 

Manas H. 91 

Mary A 01 

Nancy D. 91 

Norman Richards 91 

Thaes 30 

Wilbur Lionel 91 

William Erskine 30 
SPURRIER Caleb 148 
SQUIRE Andrew 77 nr 
Stacev iff Starv 
STACKHOUSE 30 

Nora 
STACK POLE Stacpols Staek- 
poles Stacpolea 

-^—^— 198 

Aaron 38 128 186 252 

Abieier 106 

Abigail 

Andrew 38 

Ann 38 

Anne E 265 

arles38 186 188 221 234) 

iVWah 38 186 
enexer 38 

Idmund 38 221 
-ha 38 125 

Elizabeth 38 102 103 193 

Everett Schertnerhoro 97 

Henry 38 

James 103 193 198 

John 103 106 

Joshua 38 125 190 191 191 
221 

Leonard 38 

Lucy 38 

I vdis38 

Margaret 38 

Mary 38 

Moray 

Molly 186 193 

M.**rs 190 

Olive 1 

Otis 38 41 • 

Philip 38 

Polly 38 

Rachel 38 214 221 230 

Ruth 38 230 



Index of Persons 



rxix 



STACKPOLE cont'd 

ShiiiucI 38 

Surah ah 230 

Sobriety 230 

Tohiai ah 

William AS 192 193 221 
STACY Stacey 
H<-njamin 2 

Elisabeth 202 
[ahabod 248 260 

Lucy 25S 
Lvdiu 248 206 

Marietta Frances 211 246 

Newton 320 

Priacilla 119 

Samuel 202 

Sarah 119 120 

Suaannah 201 202 

William 119 
STANDISH Myles 77 78 v viii 

xviii 
Standley tee Stanley 
STANFiELD Saruh E. 96 
STANHOPE Levitt 153 

Sarah 153 

Sylvia 153 
STANLEY Standley 

Hannah 256 259 

Harriet 169 

James 256 264 

Lois 169 

Mary 258 

Oliver 1C>9 

Samuel 256 

Sarah 253 256 

Temperance 264 
STANTON Avis 134 

Benjamin 257 

Betty 255 

Damaris 64 

Dorcas 261 

Dorothy xlix 

Elijah 257 

Ella 257 

George 213 261 

Hannah 258 

Isaac 257 2t>0 
Joanna 255 260 
John 134 
Judith 256 

Lydia 257 

Mary 134 

Molly 251 256 

Paul 255 

Phebe 260 

Robert 134 
Sarah 257 
Susannah 262 
STANWOOD Daniel 104 
Ebenezer 103 
Hannah 103 
James 105 
Jeannette 104 
Joanna 105 
Martha 103 104 
Rebecca 105 
Sally 104 
STAPLES Staple 

221 223 247 

Abigail 228 247 262 265 
Bryant Devereux 294 
Carrie R. 294 
Christopher 223 
Daniel 223 
Eliakim 223 
Elizabeth 31 247 259 
Eunice 219 220 222 228 230 

265 
George 223 
Gideon 223 247 251 
Hannah 230 247 
Horace Albert 294 
Huldah 202 
James 220 262 
John 220 222 263 266 



STAPLES cont'd 
Joshua 212 259 
Joatah 219 220 222 228 230 

201 
Ju<bth 31 
I.ukf ..1 
M iry 221 200 
Mary Ann 206 
Nabby 203 

Olive 201 

Peter 111 223 

Rachel . 

Richard 221 223 247 

unuel 223 
Sarah 223 217 259 

Susannah 223 247 251 
Timothy 260 
William 223 247 259 
STAHBIRD Rebecca 104 
STARK Elisabeth Isabel lur 
James Ixii 

James Henry xzxviii Ixii I1111 
Jane Evelyn lziv 
John Henry Ixu 
Joseph Ixii 
Kate lziv 
Mary Ixii 

Mary Elizabeth Ann Ixii 
Mildred Manton lziv 
STARKWEATHER Starweath- 
er 
David 108 
Dorcaa 108 
Mary 108 
Nathan 108 
STARR Comfort xliii 
STARRETT George 18 

Mary 18 
START George 319 
Lucy 178 
Maria 178 
Maria J. 319 
Mary 319 

Merritt L. 152 154 167 170 
171 172 176 177313315317 
Moses 178 
Peggy 178 
^ Sally 170 

Starweather tee Starkweather 
STEARNS James Pierce xiv 
STEBBINS Charles Henderson 

xxviii 
STEED Elizabeth 75 

William Sir 75 
Steevens tee Stevens 
Stelling tee Stillings 
Stephen tee Stevens 
Stephenson tee Stevenson 

STETSON 313 

Hannah Mendell lix 
Mary 27 
Minerva 313 
S tau art ats Stewart 
STEVENS Steevens Stephen 

93 

— Bp. xlvi 
Aaron 42 189 
Aaron Wesley 27 
Abigail 3 
Ann Eliza liv 
Augustus liv 
Benjamin 42 217 
Betaey 258 
Charlotte lix 
Cynthia 169 
Cyprian liv 
David 125 
Deborah 42 
Dolly 43 
Edgar 295 
Edwin Henry xxviii 
Elizabeth 8 
Ellen 27 
Ephraim liv 
Eva Florence 302 



STEVENS cont'd 
Krancca 217 220 227 

rrsi.rr. Ma liv 

Francis Hrrlwrt iiivui Uv 

Hannah 42 

Hubbard 128 

laaar rrank zzv 
Jane 93 

John 4] 125 264 Us 
athan 93 250 208 

Joseph 217 

LAuriada 301 

use 93 

ataraarai 93 

Martha 220 204 

Mary 49 

Molly . 

Moan 42 130 183 188 

Patience 250 

PWhf m 81 

Rachel 130 

Khoda 93 

Robert 8 

Itut.ie rrank 295 

Samuel I> 7* xxv 

Sarah 125 130 183 227 

Thirza bz 

Thomas 251 liv 

Timothy liv 

William 8 

Will.am Wesley 302 

Zerah Beach lix 
STEVENSON Stephenson 

Henry Joseph zzviu 

Isaac (Mrs ) 78 zzv 

Martha Ehzal>eth ixv 

Thomas (ireely 244 
STEWART Sleuart Stuart 

Agnes 8 

Alexander Turney xlviii 

Alice 8 

Amanah H. 9 

Amos 9 

Anna 8 9 

Catherine 174 

Charlotte 9 

Clarissa 8 

Daniel 8 

David 8 9 

Electa 9 

Elizabeth 8 

Enoa 9 

hraim 8 9 

Esme Duke of lennox a 
nnoi Duke of 

Esther 8 

Eunice 9 

Frances Lady 139 

George Bawia 160 vii 

Hugh 8 9 

James 8 

Jean 8 

Jeaae 8 

Jonathan 8 

Katharine 139 

I-emuel 9 

Le 

Lurretia 9 

Luther 9 

I.vdia 9 

Margaret 9 

Martha 9 

Mary 8 9 
Igy Ann 8 

Mary R xrri 

Matilda 9 

Nancy 9 

Nancy S. 9 

Polly 9 

Rebecca 8 

Rhoda 9 

Ball] 

Samuel 8 

Ban ' s 

Sarah B. xrvi 



V 



cxx 



Index of Persons 



STEWART cont'd 

Sila* 8. 9 

Simeon 8 

Thankful 8 

Waller H 

William 8 
STICK NKY Albert xlv 

Mary 303 

Willmni Wallace v xi 
STILES Stilrsa 

127 

AbiKail 80 

Chester I) 82 

Deborah 10 184 
Elisabeth 35 

Frederick 187 

John 35 

Joseph 35 

Lvdia 35 184 

Mary 35 50 183 

Mercy 35 

Molly 35 

Sarah 35 126 187 

Tryphena 35 

William 35 127 184 187 
STILLINGS Stelling Stilliana 
Stillin Stilling 

Alice 251 

Anna 251 » 

Elizabeth 125 228 

Eunice 224 

Hannah 250 

Isaac 218 257 

Martha 225 

Mary 216 218 224 225 227 
228 

Molly 251 259 

Olive 257 

Peter 250 265 

Polly 261 

Rook 180 216 218 224 225 
227 228 

Ruth 225 256 

Sally 254 265 

Samuel 251 261 

Sarah 227 
STILPHIN Almira 29 
STIMSON Deborah 36 
STINSON Emily Almira 304 
Lucretia 93 
Samuel 93 
Sarah Lizzie 304 
Susie Holt 304 
Thomas V. 304 
STOECKEL Carl 78 nv 
STOKES Stokys 
Isabel 267 268 
John 267 268 
STOLL Mary J. xxvi 
STONE Abigail 212 218 219 
220 224 227 228 249 
Alice 227 249 
Alice Hudson lvii 
Alvord Alonzo 298 
Anne 9 

Anne Jenkins lv 
Annie Creighton lvii 
Annie Thayer 298 
Benjamin 260 261 
Betsey 9 262 
Burton Dwight 298 
Charles A. 158 
D. 114 

Daniel 219 263 lv 
Daniel Clifford xxxviii lv 
David 9 lv 
Dominicus 264 
Dorcas 224 251 263 264 
Dwight Devereux 298 
Elias 9 

Elizabeth 249 
Esther 224 
Eunice 251 
Gideon 251 
Gregory lv lvi 



»NE cont'd 

gory Buekaaa Ivu 
Hannah 258 

Harn.t 

Harriet i.<>ui*a 298 

Hul.l,,: 

Jama* 310 

Japhet . 

John l'J.i 218 219 220 227 838 

21't 
John Eaton Ivu 
Jonathan 88 I 
Joseph «J 212 213 884 

Jotuah 9 

Judah 224 225 

Levi 9 219 

Lucy B. 316 

Lvdia Adeline 298 

Margaret 800 

Mary 9 173 248 251 303 

Molly 214 227 256 

Nahhy 261 

Nellie Rena lvi 

Patience 225 

Paul 212 213 224 249 258 

Phineaa 220 

Polly 888 

Samuel 9 

Sarah 9 224 227 255 263 

Skinner 224 225 

Sylvester 9 

Theophilus 9 

Tirzah 9 

William Eben 79 v vii x xi 

XXXvi 

Stoodlev tee Studley 
STORER Ebenexer 243 

Hannah 843 
STORY Charlotte 210 

Charlotte Story Forrester 211 

Elisha 209 210 211 

Eliza lxvii 

Elizabeth 211 

Francis Quarles 211 

John Patten 211 

Joseph 209 211 lxvii 

• Mehitable 211 

Ruth 209 211 

Sophia 207 

Tabitha 209 

William 211 

William Wetmore lxvii 
STOTT Emma 304 

Lucy Kitson 304 

Thomas 304 
STOVER Abby Frances 300 

Abby Josephine 303 

Abigail 205 301 302 303 306 

Abner 304 

Abner Dodge 304 

Alice 803 

Alice Wellington 305 

Alma Jennie 305 

Almira 302 303 

Ann Haseltine 304 

Annie Gertrude 303 

Augustus Whittemore 303 

Bessie 306 

Byron Varnum 305 

Came Lincoln 304 

Charles Livingston 304 

Cynthia 303 

Elizabeth Maria 303 

Ella Alice 306 

Ella F. 303 

Ellen Georgiana 304 

Elvira 305 

Elvira Ramsey 306 

Emily Almira 304 

Emma C. 303 

Emma Josephine 303 

Emma Ix>uise 304 

Ethel May 306 

Eugene Howard 305 

Fannie Howard 306 



STOVER cont'd 

I ran. ia Warren 303 
Kranlf ( 

Frank Wellington 300 
rrrja Gertrude 300 
George 205 

t 300 
rtrude 300 

Hannah .103 

Harlan Myron 300 

Harlan Page 305 

Harr.-t M«-<-her 308 

Ida May ^05 

laaac 2 

Jeremiah 205 301 303 303 300 

Jrrry Stirling 306 

John Willi, Valentine 304 

Jonathan 302 303 300 

Joahua Marahman 304 

Josiah 305 

Julia Frances 806 

Linus Augustus 303 

Linville Newton 300 

Ix>ia 304 

Ix>is Cobb 300 

Lota HiMwrt 302 300 

IxDiaa M 290 

Ixmiaa 

Lucy Kitaon 304 

Luther Prather 306 

Lydia 303 

Madge 306 

Maria 305 

Maria Sophronia 303 

Martha 301 

Martin Luther 303 304 305 

Mary 302 

Mary Abby Tufts 303 80S 

Mary Ehtal>eth 305 

Mary Ix>ui*e 304 300 

Mary Pitman 304 

Newton 303 304 305 

Newton Gilbert 305 
OrUvius Martin 306 
Olive 305 
Fans Albion 305 
Philip Shmdan 300 
Phineas 303 
Roy Le Claire 300 
Sarah 305 
Sarah A 303 
Sarah Campbell 305 
Sarah Dodge 304 
Sarah Eliza 304 305 
Sarah Eliza Page 303 
hie ( Ireenleaf 300 
Sterling No yes 300 
Susan Mary 304 
Bylveatet 300 
Tlndall Sterling 308 
Walter Ernest 305 
Willie Whittemore 303 
Wynes Chester 305 
STRAFFORD Went worth 

Thomas Earl of 139 
STRAIGHT Dorothy Pajrne 
xxvi 
Willard Dickerman (Mrs ) 
xxvi 
STRAKER Strakare 
Joyce 270 
Richard 370 271 I 

STRATTON 173 

Adelia 172 
Elijah 172 
STRAW Daniel 42 183 
Hannah 42 
Joanna 42 179 183 
Man 42 

Moses 42 

Nannv 43 

8sllv 48 
STRELLEY Fryeawide 373 
STRETELE Stretle 

Isabel 234 



v 



Index of Persons 



rXXi 



STRETELE cont'd 

William 2.14 268 
STRONG Alexander Hanson 
lxzi 

Daniel I OH 

Elisabeth Dixon lxxi 

Jeruslm 10H 
STRONGMAN Henry 9 

Mary 9 

Richard 9 

William 9 
Stuart Mi Stewart 
STUDEBAKER John Mohler 
i Mr* ) 155 xxvi 

Mary J xxvi 
STUDLEY Stoodloy 

— Capt. 181 

Sarah 18 
STURGIS Sturgea 

Frank Knight xxvi 

Frederick 77 xxvi 
STYER Pauline Elizabeth 298 
SULLIVAN Oseulevane Seule- 
vane Sullivane 

Abigail 198 

Amy 214 225 255 

Benjamin 255 

Daniel 212 225 

Ebenezcr 198 

John 198 

John I>angdon liii 

Kcziah 180 183 

Margery 198 

Mary 249 liii 

Mary Lynde Hi 

Moses 198 

Priscilla 255 

Sarah 225 

Shougan 180 183 

William 81 
SULLOWAY Alvah Woodbury 

xxvi 
SUTER John Wallace vii 
SUTHERLAND James 102 

Jane 102 

Margaret 102 

Mary 102 

Peggy 102 

Robert 102 

William 102 
SWAINSON Phebe 188 192 

Robert 188 192 
SWAN 171 

Eunice xliv 

Liixie M. 171 311 

Robert Thaxter 6 
SWASEY Ambrose xxvi 
Sweat see Swett 
Sweet see Swett 
SWEETING Anna 149 

Henry 14ti 147 149 

Joanna 14G 147 

John 149 

Lewis 140 

Martha 146 

Mary 140 
SWETT Swoat Sweet 

Abiel 104 

Benoni 108 

H. Sprague 309 

Hannah 116 118 

Henry Nettleton xxix 

John 118 

Joseph 192 

Lenora Augusta 309 

Samuel 81 

8arah 108 

Thomas B. 108 
SWIFT Ann M. xxvi 

Anne 304 

Grace Virginia Iviii 

Gustavus Franklin (Mrs.) 
xxvi 

Harriet Gray lvii 

Jireh lvii 



SWIFT cont'd 
Juatin lvii 
Justin Ransom Kin 
Madeleine Gray Iviii 
Pauline lvii] 
Hn» land U ii 

Virginia lvii) 

William xxxviii lvii 
William Garfield Iviii 

William 8 157 
SYLVESTER Charlotte 97 

Franrrs I.ouine 97 

Joseph S. 237 

Samuel 97 
Symonda see Simmons 

TAFT Charles Phelps xxvi 

William Howard xxi 
TAGGART 10 

Anna 9 

Catherine C. 10 
Daniel 10 

Daniel M. 

Elizabeth 9 10 

Esther B. 10 

Eunice 9 

George 9 10 

Hiram 9 

James 9 10 

Jean 10 

John 9 

Levi 9 

Lucy 10 

Mary Ann 10 

Moses 10 

Polly 10 

Robert 9 

Rufus 10 

Samuel 9 10 

Samuel D. 9 

Susannah 9 

William A. 10 
Tailer see Taylor 
TALAMY John 149 150 
TALBOT Thomas Ii 
TALLEYRAND -PER I GORD 
Charles Maurice de Prince 
de Benevent 103 
TAPPAN Toppan 

Kliza xxix 

Mary 102 
TARBELL Alice 3 
TASK Martha 265 

Thomas 265 
TASKER — Col. 308 

Augusta li 

Barbara 308 

Jeremiah I 

Lucy 1 

Magdalene 308 

William 1 

William Orin xxxviii 1 
TATE Andrew 2 

Benjamin 188 190 192 

Betsey 39 

Daniel 50 

David 39 189 

Elisabeth 127 192 

Enoch 50 

Esther 50 127 

Eunice 39 

Jane Ml 

John 190 

Joseph 50 127 179 182 198 

Judith 188 

Margaret 39 

Mark 190 192 

Mollv 189 

Peulthai 39 

Robert 39 180 189 190 

Sabra 39 

Sarah 50 

Sonhia 39 

William 39 
TATESHAM 74 



TAI.FSHAMeootd 

Alice 74 
Tayer «<• Thayar 
TAYLOR T 

Arthur < » mi 

■a 205 

l.[>hrairn 05 

Henry Richmond zi 

Mary i •, y,, ,J 

Merey l7o 
Moulton 265 

.too Charles ii 

Thankful 2 

William Mar. .Id 235 

Wilharn Harnaon 322 
Teb»>eta SM Til 
Tebbetta w Tibhells- 
TEDCASTLE Agnes Barilla 
Vaughan v vui zziz 

Arthur While 77 n 

Arthur White (Mm ) 159 xxix 
TEMPLE — Rev Mr 1 .'1 
TENNEY Daniel Q n 
TEKRY 293 

Alfred H 244 

Dan 105 109 

Deborah 108 

K|.hraim 108 109 

Hannah 105 

Mind well 109 

Rachel 108 109 

Roawell 109 
TETLOW Albert H. (Mra ) 
xxix 

! '.>ra I xxix 
THACHER Peter xlix 
THAYER Tayer 

Abbott Henderson Ixvi 

Ann Selina 298 

Charles Snow (Mrs ) n 

Eli zhi 

Elijah 3 

Ellen 3 

Hannah Maria 3 

Harry Rates a 

John Eliot xxvi 

John Quincy 295 

Mary Appleton xxvii 

Thomas 3 

Zerline Devereux 295 
TRBDAJi Edward 71 75 

Frances 71 75 
THEWE Thew 

Anne 141 

John 141 

Simon 141 
THOMAS Alden Bradford 92 

Apame 109 

Aurilla 10 

Bancroft 302 

Benjamin 92 

Bradford G. 10 

Clara Allen 92 

David 10 

Emily 10 

Eunice Catherine 92 

Fanny 10 

Hannah 109 

BsVbsjai Erakine 92 

Jamea 109 

Jenny 10 

I.uranna 10 

Maria 10 

Marv Jane 10 

Matilda A 295 

Miranda 10 

Polly 10 

Rebecca P. 302 

Sally 10 

Sarah 318 

Sarah Jaoe 92 
•bra 10 

Theodore Herbert 92 
THOMPSON Tompaon 

215 



V 



cxxn 



Index of I't raon.s 



THOMPSON cont'd 
Abel 217 
Abigail 212 
Alexander 10 
Alice Mrny 206 
Ann 10 247 
Betty 254 
Calvin 10 
Charles I^ewis 104 
Clarissa 104 
Kl>en Francis 100 
Eleanor 247 
Electa 10 
Eliiabeth 249 
Pother 253 
PTorence Dana lii 
Frederick F. (Mrs.) xxvi 
Hannah 205 
Hugh 10 
Hugh M. 10 
Isaac S. Ixi 
Jane 10 18 MM 249 
Jane Hray 205 
Jean 10 
Jennet 10 
Jenny 10 
Jesse 249 
John 10 
Joseph 10 
Lydia 248 
Margaret 10 255 
Mary 10 253 
Mary Dcvereux 205 
Mary L. xxvi 
Miles 253 
Miriam 253 
Nabby 250 
Nancy 10 
Naomi 249 
Olive 249 

Ralph Devcreux 205 
Robert 10 2S1 
Robert W. 10 
Ruth Dcvereux 205 
Samuel 205 
Samuel King 205 
Susannah 214 
Thomas 215 
William 249 
THOMS Anna 104 
THORALD Ann 213 
THORNTON John Wingate 

159 xiii lxxiv 
THRASHER Klmyra Ahce 27 

Homer D. 27 
THROOP Throope 
Benjamin 109 
Betty 109 
Chloe 109 
Elisabeth 109 
Dan G2 109 
Deborah 109 
Ebenerer 109 
Horatio 109 
Isabella 109 
John 109 
Joseph 109 
Macy 109 
Martha 109 
Rachel 02 109 
Samuel 109 
Sarah 109 
Sibyl 109 
Susannah -109 
William 109 
Zervinh 109 
THROUGHTON Richard 277 
THURBER Jeannette M. xxii 
THDRLEY Apphia 203 

James 203 
THURRELL ThurrU 
Abigail 253 
Hannah 259 
Marv 248 200 
THURSTON Charlotte 263 



THi.'HvrON cont'd 
Daniel 
Bdarard 134 
Elisabeth 1)1 
J. .hn 149 
Martha 249 201 
Molly 251 

Helper* I H 

THWAITES Margery 137 

W illiam l 
TIBBETTS Tebbeta Tsbbelts 
TibbitU 

. 

Aaron . 

Abigail 261 

Ann 2 

Betsey 22 I 

Betty 4H 120 128 201 

Calvm 22 ! 

Dam. I jfs 

I Mm, ml. 230 

Doreaa 260 

Ebenezer 50 220 222 223 196 

Ml 

Ebeneter Armstrong 233 
Elisabeth 35 38 214 220 221 
230 260 

Ephraim 217 254 
Eunice 

Hannah 3'J 250 

Bean 

Ib-;>hzibnh 35 

Ichal>od 213 217 224 227 228 
253 

Isaac 48 

Jabei 248 

James 222 2G5 

Joanna 50 

John 48 120 127 179 

Jonathan 12 1 

Jos 111 

Joaiah 180 186 

Judith 253 

Julian R. 90 

Katharine 253 

Ketiah 37 50 

Love 1 

Lucy 248 249 

Martha 248 

Martha Vernon 90 

Mary SO 117 130 199 254 

Mercy 230261 

Molly 227 229 257 

Moses 50 220 221 230 
Obadiah 220 
Peter 36 

Philip 254 

Rachel 254 

Reut.cn 48 50 128 190 191 Ml 

Rose 44 

Sally 48 259 

Sarah 39 127 214 220 222 229 

254 
Sarah Agnes 19 
Simon . 
Susannah 36 
Tannine 214 217 224 227 21> 

251 
Thomas 261 
Tirrah . 
William 127 
William L. 19 
TICHBORNE Amphillii Lady 
136 137 
Benjamin Sir 137 
TICKNOR Tickner 
Khsha 109 
John 109 
Mary 109 
Ruth 109 
TIDEY Hannah 214 

Robert 213 
TIFFANY Anna 06 110 
Elisabeth 5m 
Elizabeth 110 



I'.— 



TIFFANY r„r,' 

HI ih 66 

Isaiah 56 M 110 

Til DEN Augustus 110 
•** 110 
KhwOCSer 110 
zst»eth 110 
Joseph 110 
Hslind i 1 10 

: 10 
TILLEY - Mr 

ih May rtii tail 

Mary 184 192 
Sarah 
T1LLINGHAST CsJeb 

jamin 5 
Judith II 
lip 13 
TILLOTSON Emma E*i 
line 106 
M J 168 
8. O 108 
Til. TON Ann 241 

arles Scwall xi i 
TINDALL Anne 135 
I', an ■ 

! KY lUymon Msysrs 
1 1 i 
TTNKHAM Gsorga Holds* 

ZXIX 

Sarah 21 

-rr V. 
TINNEY I)av„i 181 
IISDALE Tiadeal 

Abigail 110 

I brmhaaa 10 

Klijah 110 
phalet 110 

Elizabeth 10 lz i 

Elkanah 110 

Eunice 1 10 

Hope 10 

Isaac 10 

James 110 
<• 10 

M indwell 110 

Nathan 110 

Sibyl 10 

TeresU 10 
TITCOMB John 129 

Miriam < >r»well Ixx 

lb. Und Elbert lxx 
TITUS Anson vu 
TOCINS Al 
TODD Tod 

Alexander 101 

Andrew 101 

Anne 193 

Elisabeth 189 193 

John 101 

Mary 101 

Nicholas 271 

Rachel 101 
TOGOOD John 235 
TOMKINS Tomkyns 

Benjamin 277 278 279 
TOMLINSON Delia 28 

George 28 
Tompaon »*t Thompson 
Tooke •** Tuck 
TOOLEY Francis 145 

Martha 145 
Toppan see Teppan 
TORREY Alice W. im 

Clarissa 110 

Elbridge (Mra) xrri 

Frederic C 101 

Mary 110 

Olive 110 

Simon 110 

W.lliam 110 111 
TOTMAN Caleb 11 

Calvin S 11 

David A 11 

David Stoddard 11 



V 



Index of Persons 



cxxm 



TOTMAJt cont'd 

Dorcas W. 11 

Elixat>eth 11 

Elisabeth Ward 1 1 

Krastua K. 11 

Esther 1 1 

Hannah 1 1 

Jeany 11 

Jonathan 11 

Joehua 10 11 

Joshua D. 11 

I^jvi B. 11 

Mary 11 

Nancy 11 

Rebecca 11 

Robert L. 11 

Ruth W. 11 

Stoddard 11 

Svlvanus P. 11 
TOTTBN John Reynolds xxix 
TOWNE Town 

Amos 151 

Arad 11 

Benedicts 74 

Cloora Augusta 1 1 

Do Witt Clinton 11 

Henry Robinson xxvi 

Maria Louisa 11 

Nancy 8treeter 11 

Trypnena 11 
TOWN SEND Margaret 20 

Phobe Jane lxv 

William 20 
TRACY 170 

Anna H. 170 

Ichabod 265 

Mary 265 
TRAFTON Betsey 264 

Charles 264 
TRAILL Robert 125 
TRASK Daniel 106 

David 198 

John 198 

Maria 27 88 

8olomon 88 
TREAD WELL Abigail 127 

Jacob 127 
TREFRY John 202 

Susannah 202 

TREHEARN 125 

TRESHAM Thomas 267 

Thomas 8ir 271 
TREVETT Emeline 21 

Martha 48 128 
Trimble tee Trumbull 
TROMBLY Mary 313 
TROXELL George Allen xxix 
TRUMBULL Trimble Trumble 

David 111 112 113 

Eunice 111 

Faith 111 

Hannah 111 

Jonathan 111 

Joseph 111 

Mary 113 

Rebecca lxi 

Sarah 111 

8arahT. Ill 
TRUNDY Sarah 21 
TRYON Dwight William Ixvi 
TUCK Tooke 

Angelett 69 131 . 

Walter 69 131 
TUCKER Betty 251 

Cora Elmira 317 

Elisabeth 184 

Frances 94 

John 126 193 251 

Joseph 94 

Mary 94 

Molly 126 

Nellie F. 307 

Polly 259 

Richard Hawley 94 
TUFTS Emma Kendall liv 



TUFTS cont'd 

Henry Souther (Mm ) nil 

Ieonar-i ixix 

Kuani) drowning xxix 
TUKEY I.ydia » 
TULLY Margaret 23 
TUPPER Alvarwtt* 

George William rviii 

William 294 
TURNER Abigail 201 

Biirrill Devereux 201 

Caleb 23 

( Mariasa 263 

Kliaha (Mrs.) 78 nvii 

Elisabeth 143 

Hannah 201 

Jane 208 

Lucy 44 

Margaret 201 

Nelln; xxvii 

Robert 143 

Samuel 201 
TURNER-HUNT Cora A. 321 
TURPIN Dick 127 185 
TUTTLE Daniel 111 

Debby 186 

Ebeneser 215 224 

Edward 294 

Elisabeth 249 

Harriet 309 

John 111 215 

Mary 39 

Mary H. 294 

Phebe 215 224 

Sarah 111 
TWOMBLYTwombleyTwoma- 

loy 
Anne 252 

Benjamin 126 179 191 
David 257 
Ephraim 259 
Hawthorne Devereux 300 
James 261 
Joanna 259 
John 126 252 
John Jay 300 
Mary 257 300 
May J. 265 
Moses 264 
Patty 254 
Phebe 264 
Rebecca 179 
Sally 261 
Samuel 126 
Sarah 126 
Susannah 179 191 
TYRRELL George 171 
Louise xxix 

UNDERWOOD Henry Oliver 

UNTON Isabella 146 

Robert 146 
UPDIKE Abigail 13 

Alfred 13 

Anstace 13 

Dorcas 13 

James 13 

Lodowick 13 

Marv 13 

Sarah 13 
UPTON Benjamin 151 312 

Betsey B. 312 

Clara lxvii 

Elias Augustus lxvii 

Ella If. 318 

Grace Madeline lxvii 

Harvey 318 

Mahala318 

Mary 312 

Vahan tee Vaughan 
VAIL Vaill 

Frederick Sturdivant 76 
xxvi 



VAIL ™nfd 

• ewton xxvi 
VANDKRBILT Ah™ xxvi 

Corrirliua 'Mn t 
VAN i f vi 

John A 'Mr* i IV, xxvi 

VAN LEW kU. 
VARNEY \>r«. 

43 

«ail 36 

Bfuamla 43 126 191 

Bsthls 41 

I>av.,l 124 

Daviea 258 

I » !ly 258 

-'62 

I MkisJ 1^4 193 

Hannah 36 

Huldah 197 

James 43 191 

Joseph 36 

Iwtire 275 

Martha 258 263 

Moses 192 265 

Nicholas 197 

Olive 197 

Otia 124 125 

Pamela 265 

Ralph 269 

Rrbecca43 191 

Samuel 36 

Sarah 197 

Temperance 36 

Thomas 197 

Zarcheua 193 
VARNUM Amos 307 

Clara A. 307 

Enoch 261 

Mrhitable Peters 307 

Sally Ml 
VAUGHAN Vahan Vaugn 

Agnes Beville xi.i 

Frances 72 132 

John 111 

Mary 111 

W !iam 72 133 
VAUZ Al.anora268 

William 267 268 
VEAZIE Vesey 

Moses 205 

Ruth 205 

Sally I 
Vernry tee Varnejr 
Vesev trt Veaxie 
V1CKERS Aaron Wentworth 
50 

Deborah 50 
VILLIERS Christopher Bad 
of Anglesey •*• Anglesey 
Earl of 

Elisabeth 139 

Goor,ir Duke of Buckingham 
tte Buckingham Duke of 

Susan 140 
VINCENT Vyncent 

Ann 103 

W l ll l *m279 
VINE Anphia 264 
VIR — Capt 147 
VOGEL Auguat II (Mrs) xl 
VOSE Ellen Frances xxix 

Robert Churchill xxix 
Vrics dc ft De \'nes 
Vyncent tee Vincent 

WADE Jeptha Homer xxvi 
WADLEY Abraham 185 

«e* 185 
WADLING Daniel 255 

NUrgaret 255 
WADSWORTH Lavinia 91 
WAINEMAN Wavneman 
Waynman Weynman 
Richard 271 



VOL. LXXIV. 



25 



V 



CXX1V 



Index of Person* 



WAINEMAN cont'd 
Tliomas tM -'70 271 
Ursula 230 270 271 

waitk ix>.* sia 

WAKEPIELD Olive, M9 
WAKEHAM Caleb 138 
WALDEGRAVE Catherine 138 

Francos 138 

Nicholaa \.\H 
WALDRAM Marie 273 

Thomaa 871 
WALDRON Waldren 

Elisa 03 

Hannah 107 100 

John 116 

Molly 103 

Richard 182 
WALES William Quincy nix 
WALKER 247 

Andrew 212 213 

Clara Rosanna xxx 

Dorcaa 215 

Ebenexer 250 

Elisabeth 251 

Francia A. lxix 

Grant xxvi 

John 215 254 

Jonathan 251 

Joseph R. xxvi 

Love 247 

Lydia 250 

Mary 250 

Mary B. xxiv 

Polly 254 
WALLACE WaJles Walli* 
Wollice 

Abigail 265 

Annie xxvii 

Betsey 312 

Emma 1 10 

Henry 12 

James 11 

Jennie 160 

Lindsey 265 266 

Mary 11 266 

Sarah 110 

Seth 11 

William 110 
WALLBRIDGE Edith xxvii 
Walles tee Wallace 
WALLINGFORD Abigail 181 

Amos 256 

Andrew 101 

Betsey 265 

Ebenczcr 185 100 

Elisabeth 38 40 181 185 101 

Hannah 40 

John 182 

Lydia 104 

Margaret 30 

Mark 180 186 

Mary 185 104 105 

Olive 38 185 

Olts L. G. 266 

Phebe 256 

8amuel 38 

Sarah 30 

Susannah 182 

Thomas 38 127 181 184 185 
186 101 104 105 

Zimion 266 
Wallis »ee Wallace 
WALSHE Thomas 60 
WALTON George 126 

Mary 185 
WALTZ Benjamin 24 

Betsey 24 

Fred J. 00 
Roxana J. 00 
WANZEREUaJ. 171 

Sidney H.318 
WARD Artemas 81 xxvi 
Caroline 203 
Elisabeth 1 1 
Joseph 203 



WARD ooat'd 
William 170 
WARDEN Eleanor Cotton ssx 

William Fram-m 157 
William Francis (Mrs ) 78 
1M) in 

WARDWELL Blanche 300 

Ellen 207 

Henry Fitch m 

I .en a M 305 

Millar .'W). r > 

Ovilla 305 
WARNER Sfith 284 286 287 

288 280 200 201 
Warr de la ire Delaware 
WARREN Aaron 255 

Abigail 48 120 

Benjamin 4H 120 182 183 183 

Benjamin King48 

Betsey 257 

Chad bourn 254 260 264 

Charlotte 258 

Dorcas 252 

Elisabeth 131 185 187 248 
267 

Eunice 48 

Francis 180 

Gideon 186 

Hannah 254 257 

James 182 183 248 267 

Joanna 103 

John xxx 

John Philpot48 

Kesiah 255 

Lydia 11 

Martha 182 

Mary 11 252 

Mehitable 183 

Mercy 182 

Nancy 264 

Obed 11 

Richard 240 241 lix 

Ruth 258 

Sally 260 

Samuel 182 

Sophia M. 316 

Thomas 103 

Valentine 48 

William Cotton 252 
WASHBURN Andrew (Mrs.) 

xl 
WASHINGTON George 10 
WATERBURY John I. 237 
WATERMAN Hannah L 314 

Jessie Isabel Rudolf xxix 
WATERS Adeline Melville lxx 

Asa Wilson 238 

George Franklin lxx 

Hannah 110 

Henry FitsGilbert 70 134 
136 130 140 143 144 

Mary Abigail lxx 

Miriam Orswell lxx 

Samuel 110 

Thomas Franklin xxxviii lxx 

Thomas Shales lxx 
W ATKINS Walter Kendall 160 

WATSON WattaoD 

Dudley 127 

Edward 274 

Kesiah 37 120 

Leonard 200 

Lydia 252 

Mary 200 

Merriam P -'"■'"• 

Timothy 170 180 
WATTLES Denison 111 

Elisa 11. 

Elisabeth 111 
WATTON Alice 74 

Benedicta 74 

Robert 74 

Wdliam 74 
Wattson tee Watson 



Way-mouth •*« W'tjrmovUi 
WAYNE May Mauds 25 
Wayneruan as* Waiosman 

an •<•< Wamernan 
WEBB Abigail 31 

Ad 

All 

irn v. 

Jar* 

J 

Joseph 2O0 

l.vdia 

Margaret 23 

Mary I. .'I 

Matthew C. 23 

Merry 200 

Nathan SI 

Nathaniel 23 
WEBBER Huaannah 2' 
WEBSTER Ehaabeth 112 

Katelle Mareia 286 

Francos si 

George 1 1 1 

( I race 112 

Hannah 208 

Henry Sewall 82 

Hilman 208 

James Merritt 888 

Joanna 112 

John 111 112 183 

Joseph 1 1 1 

Julia 206 

I'elatiah 112 
WEEKS 28 

Abby 

Abigail 254 

Alexander B. 25 

Edward 30 

Frederick 30 

John Wmgate xxix 

I»ttie 30 

Margaret 30 

Marshall 88 

Myra W. M dward 25 

Nancy 88 02 

Pauline 30 

iuel Everett 30 

William 30 254 
W ^htman *** Wight man 
CH Elisabeth . 

Hannah 254 

John 186 254 

Joseph 240 

Margaret Ml 

Molly 260 

Roger 260 
WELLAND Willand 

Elisabeth 46 

Sarah 188 
WELLER Hattie8. 307 
WELLMAN Arthur Holbrook 

V XVlll 

Wealthea 02 
WELLS Anna 200 

1 lM»neser 260 

C. Ellen 175 

I S 154 175 

Edson A. 318 

Ellen 175 

Elnathan C 112 

F N. 316 

Hannah 2^0 

John 200 

Nellie Edna 316 

Phebe 1 1 1 

Thomas 112 
WENTWORTH 48 22J 

Aaron 45 

Abigail 45 126 868 

Alexander 44 

Andrew 41 

Ann 186 

Anna 250 

Asshel 44 

Bartholomew 36 48 126 



Index of Persons 



exxv 



WENTWORTII cont'd 

Ji.Tij.in.it] M 42 41 45 46 48 

180 288 256 881 
Bennine; 188 181 
Beteey 258 259 202 203 
Hetty 35 250 251 
Caleb 40 
Daniel 41 40 205 

David 44 

D«l>orah 30 45 40 129 190 

249 
Dorcas 41 44 40 258 
Dorothy 30 45 49 129 199 
Driaco 199 

EbWMMT 45 47 127 188 
Eliae 188 
Elihu 45 
Elijah 41 

Elisabeth 44 191 195 252 
Knoch44 120 
Ephraim 129 191 
Bather 188 

Eunice 40 248 250 259 200 
Evans 46 
Experience 259 
K*okiel48 224 250 
Fanny 120 
Gerahom 41 
Hannah 30 41 45 248 250 201 

200 
Hiram 205 
Ichahod45 40 
Isaac 120 198 
Jacob 200 
James 40 
Jedediah 40 250 
Joanna 39 42 45 187 213 225 

259 
John 44 48 120 179 182 185 

188 189 191 195 
Jonathan 35 130 180 185 188 

190 199 
Jonathan Young 41 
Joseph 40 184 189 248 200 
Joshua 128 
Lavinc 205 
Lois 227 250 
Louis 35 
Love 40 
Luke 35 
Lydia 30 50 120 227 249 200 

204 
Margaret 40 195 
Mark 39 40 120 199 
Martha 40 44 45 181 224 250 
Mary 40 42 44 45 47 50 125 

120 192 249 
May J. 205 
Mehitable 204 
Mercy 224 251 258 
Micajah 193 
Michael 181 
Molly 40 120 254 201 
Moses 40 127 179 20-1 
Nahby41 250 
Nahum4S 

Nathaniel 40 128 252 200 
Nicholas 45 120 250 
Noah 201 

Patience 40 127 192 250 
Paul 42 125 184 ISO 192 193 

248 203 
Phebe 30 200 
Philip 48 
Phineas 199 
Polly 202 203 
Rachel 40 189 
Rebecca, 44 
Richard 35 40 200 
Ruth 48 120 203 
Sallv 259 200 201 202 203 

205 
Samuel 41 46 120 127 ISO 190 

192 212 213 225 227 249 

255 200 



WENTWORTII cont'd 
muel SharLford 4 4 

Sarah 36 41 45 4n 4H 12* 187 
190 190 199 252 255 259 

Bhippin 199 

Silas 40 

8penrrr 1 20 1 - 
hen 45 259 

Stimson 40 

Suvmnah 200 

Sylvamn '■','• l'» ■ 

Tannine 30 40 

Tappin 40 199 127 

Thomas 35 40 187 178 202 

Thomas Earl of Strafford 
tet Strafford Earl of 

Thomas Millet 312 

Tilley 42 

Timothy 203 

Tobias 252 

Trynhena 190 

William 41 45 46 127 
WESSON Abigail 154 

James 154 
WEST Julia 295 

William I>ord da la Warr 
tee Delaware Lord 
WESTCOTT Westoot 

Caroline 302 

JaneC. 177 

Lane 311 

Rubie Frank 295 

Sarah Acmes 302 

Ward 295 
WESTFALL Abram xliii 

Gilbert xliii 

John II. xliv 

John Henry xxxvii xliii 

Samantha Betsey xliii 

Taylor Hutchins xliii 
WESTON 31 136 

— I>ady 140 

— Lord 72 
Abigail 154 107 
Amphillis 130 137 
Anne 70 135 137 138 140 
Benjamin 139 
Catherine 139 

Charles Earl of Portland tee 

Portland Earl of 
Clara B. 31 

Dorothy 135 138 139 140 
Elixabcth 09 135 130 137 138 

139 140 
Frances 139 

Frances I July 72 138 139 
Francis Earl of Portland 

tee Portland Earl of 
Gerroin tee Jerome Sir 
Hierome tee Jerome Sir 
Humfrey de 135 
Jerome 140 

Jerome Sir 88 70 72 73 131 
Jerome Sir Earl of Portland 

tee Portland Earl of 
John 135 130 140 
Marcraret 09 135 130 137 139 

140 
Marv 72 73 131 134 135 130 

137 139 
Mary Lady 139 140 
Michael de 135 
Nicholas 09 137 139 
Richard 09 135 130 137 139 
Richard Earl of Portland 

tee Portlanc' Earl of 
Robert 135 

Robert Dickson vii xvii 
Thomas 135 130 
Thomas Earl of Portland t»* 

Portland Earl of 
Wiburge 130 
William 88 135 140 
Winifred 09 137 140 
WETMOREGeorge Peabody 85 



WEYMOUTH Wiymoutb 
At. i*atl 250 
Ai.t. J'.i 
Anna 249 251 

lU-iiy 1 
Damans 43 
I>-»*.rah 43 

I>..rraji . 

Imund 2i i 
Kliiar>eth 181 

- her 36 
lUnmh 43 
John Wricht 4 1 
Joshua 43 

Le*eJ66 

Lucy 248 

Lvdia 4 I 

Mary 43 250 252 

Mehitable 204 

Moses 43 249 256 204 

Olive 250 

Patienre256 

Samuel 254 

Sarah 4 1 

Shuah 888 

Su>r>hen 250 

William 203 264 
W,-vnman *** Wameman 
WHEATLEY 318 

Lydia S. 319 

Mary 319 

Ward 319 
WHEELER Betsey 154 

Ernest Henry (Mrs) 159 

Fannie J 303 

Frank I<eon 27 

Lydia 317 

Maria 311 

Mary Katharine 27 

Mary M 311 

Mary R 302 

Orange 303 

Samuel H. 77 xxvi 

W.llard 311 
WHEELOCK. Eleaaer 180 

Hiram xlix 

Katharine Brattle xlix 

Uvi 170 

Louiaa II 170 
WHEELWRIGHT Alice 51 52 

Catherine 51 52 

Elisabeth 52 

Ellen 52 

Elynor 52 

John 51 52 53 

Katharine 52 53 

Robert 51 52 53 

Thomas 53 
WHIDDEN David 222 

Hannah 187 222 246 

John 223 

Mary 246 

Richard 187 213 222 240 
WHINNEL — Mr 147 148 
WHIPPLE Sherman LeUnd 

XXIX 

WHISTLER James Abbott 

McNeill lxri 

WHITCOMB Whitcome 

—Col 285 

Mvrtle L. 32 
WHITE Abigail E. 207 

Anne 139 

Catherine 139 

Charlotte Sophia Irvii 

Klita Ixvu 

EluaWth 49 248 266 

Elisabeth Lee 266 

George Luther (Mrs ) xxri 

John 11 208 213 248 

John Barber vii 

Jonathan 112 

Joseph lxvu 

Joseph Harvey 100 ri 

Julia Phelps xxri 



CXXV1 



Index of Persons 



WHITE cont'd 

Louio Dean 78 

I.y.liK 11 

Marguret 1 1 

Mary 11 139 248 

Richard 139 

SiirnL 1 1 

Silas 11 

Thomas 200 

Windsor T. xxvi 
WHITECHURCH Margaret E. 

238 
WHITEFIELD George 128 120 
WH1TEHOUSE Aaron 44 

Abigail 44 

Andrew 41 

Betty 179 

Charles Tracy 44 

Daniel 255 

Eleanor 44 

Elisha 41 2C0 

Elisabeth 41 44 184 

Enoch 254 

Esther 44 188 

Hannah 41 184 187 202 

John 44 203 

Judith 44 

Lucy 44 47 

Lydia 42 254 

M. 47 

Martha 255 

Mary 44 189 203 

Mary Louise 300 

Mopes 44 

Rebecca 44 

Richard 41 184 

Sally 200 205 

Samuel 189 

Stephen 300 

Thomaa 179 

Turner 44 

William 44 
WHITGIFT John Abp. of 

Canterbury 319 320 
WHITING WHITIN 

Albert Henry xxix 

Arthur Fletcher xxvi 

George Marston (Mrs.) 238 

Hattie A. 173 
WHITMAN William xxix 
WHITNEY Arad 11 

Dorothy Payne xxvi 

George Erastus xxx 

Gertrude xxx 

Hannah 11 

Harry Payne xxvi 

James Francis xxix 

John 11 xliii 

Payne xxvi 

Sally 108 

Susan C. xxiii 
WHITON Antoinette Lord 299 

Edward Nathan 299 

Frieda 299 

Henry Devereux 77 299 xxvi 

John Lionel 299 

Lucius Erskine 77 xxvi 

Mary 299 
WHITTAM Andrew 250 

Lydia 250 
WHITTEMORE 

Almira 302 303 

Isaac 303 

Mary 303 
WHITTIER Eliiabeth 198 

Foxwell 254 

Martha 251 

Ruth 254 

Sally 198 

William 198 
WH1TWELL Frederick Augus- 
tus 207 

Frederick Silsbee 207 

Gertrude 207 

Gertrude Howard 207 



WHITWELL cont'd 

Mary CrowninshisJd 207 

Natalie 8ilsbee . 

Skiiiii.-I 207 

Sophia 207 
WIKR Barbara 03 
WIGGIN lUbacca II 205 
WIGHT Alien Mattel 305 

Am.* Merrill 200 
Bcttrim Kvclyn 209 
Edward M. 30 

EUaabeth liv 
Ella M. 30 

Hannah 208 

John 208 

Joseph Merrill 209 

Malcolm G. liv 

Martha Osgood 200 

Mary Eatcile 209 

Melville Page 200 

Nora 305 

Oacar 305 

Winifred Ethel 209 
WIGHTMAN Wcightman 

Alice 15 

Comfort 15 

Elisabeth 15 

Fanny 15 

George 15 

Hester Ann 15 

Holme* 15 

Horace 15 

John IB 

Joeiah B. 15 

Mary 15 

Sarah 15 

Sarah B. 15 

Waity 15 

Willard 171 318 
WILBUR Hannah 134 

Samuel 134 
WILCOX Effie Josephine 314 

Eliia xxix 

Ethan xxxvii xhv xlv 

Eunice xliv 

Fanny Emma xlv 

Frederick Randall xlv 

Idris 314 

Joseph 314 

L. E. 168 

Ruth Johnson xlv 

Silas xliv 
WILD Wilde 

Abraham 241 

Albion D. (Mr».) xxx 

Catherine 11 

Charlotte xxx 

James 11 

John 11 
WILDER Gerald Gardner xxix 
WILKERSON Dorcas 260 

Samuel 200 
WILKINSON Anna 253 

Joseph 151 
Willand •«•« Welland 
WILLARD Agnes xl 

Ashton Rollins xxxviii xl 

Charles Wesley xl 

Emily Doane xl 

Henry xl 

Joseph 159 lxxir 

Josiah xl 

Josiah Cahoon xl 

Nancy 178 

Simon xl 

Solomon xl 

Theodora xl 
WILLEY — Mrs. 127 

John 47 

Josiah 47 

I.vdia 127 

M. 47 

Nathaniel 47 259 

Samuel 127 

Sarah 259 



WII.LBT cont'd 

Stephen 47 

W.lh.rn 47 
WILLIAMS Williamea 

- Bp xlvi 
Abigail 247 
Abe* HI 
Ann 137 
Anna xxv 
Anne 70 138 
lUr.nr. 112 
lienjamin 1 12 
Deborah 112 
Deliverance 247 
EbexWMff 151 315 

i ard IIiKxitvaon xxix 
Freeborn 134 
George 112 
Harriet 112 
Harr.rt Cornelia 112 
Hrnry 112 
Jeremy 137 138 140 
John 70 112 138 222 
Keiiah 315 
Uur« Lucretia Ixx 
Ix>ia 112 113 
i/ovina C. 315 
Mary 112 113 134 
Moaee 222 
Nathaniel 112 113 
Park 112 
1'nacilla 112 
Richard H. xivi 

■Ubarl 138 280 

Roger 134 U 
Samuel 112 
Sarah 222 247 314 
Sarah T. Ill 112 
Solomon 112 113 
Thomaa 113 222 247 
William 113 
Wilham T. Ill 113 
WILLIS Willys 

11 

Ann M. 11 
Aaaph 11 
Aunlla 12 
Cornelia 1 
Daniel 11 
George W 1 1 
Grinnell 155 xxvi 
John M. 12 
John North xxvi 
Lilian 1 

Louisa 12 

Mary S. 12 

Nancy 12 

Nathaniel Parker 1 

Olive 12 

Patty 11 

Sarah 11 
WILLISTON Belvin Thomi 
xxix 

James Richards xxvi 
WILLMOTT Abraham Ixii 

Mary Ixii 
Willson tte Wilson 
Willys »*• Willis 
WILMARTH David 303 

Edwin 303 

Ella Maria 303 

George Augustus 303 

Mahala 303 

Maria Sophronia 303 
WILSFORDE Elisabeth 75 

Thomas 75 
WILSON Willson 

200 

Abigail 207 
Andrew 22 
Ann 12 
Arthur S. 207 
David 12 105 185 
Elijah 207 
Elisabeth 207 



V 



hulrx of Persons 



cxxvii 



WILSON cont'd 

Elisabeth Devereux 207 

Emily O. 207 

Fan Die 207 

Hamilton 316 

Hugh 12 

Jamea 12 

James Chandler 22 

Jenny 12 

John 12 207 271 

Jonathan 12 

Joaeph 12 

Lettie 102 

Mabel 8. 207 

Maggie E. 316 

Margaret 12 

Margaret Elisa 22 

Mary 22 105 

Mehitable 206 

Merrill 207 

Nehomiah 207 

Raohel 12 179 

Rqbert 12 

Huy Wilcox 90 

8 12 

Sabrina 310 

Samuel 12 

Sarah 12 

Thomaa 12 

William R. 12 

William R. (Mrs.) xlix 

Woodrow 160 

Woodrow (Mrs.) 160 
W1NCHELL Job 250 

Sarah 250 
Winchester Bp. of tee Cooper 

Thomas 

WINCHESTER Thomas 274 

Walter C. 156 
WING William Arthur xxix 
WINKLER Eliiabeth C. 295 
WINN Abigail 262 

Ebeneier 260 262 

Olive 260 
WTNSH1P Charles Newell xxvi 
WINSLOW Edward 320 

Elisabeth 207 

Martha 205 
WINSTON Nellie xxviii 
WINTHROP Henry Rogers 
xxvi 

John 115 320 lxx 
Winton Lord Bp. of ses 
Cooper Thomas Bp. of 
Winchester 
WISE Elizabeth 251 

Jane 257 
WISEMAN Isabella K. 25 

Thomas 25 
WITHERBEE Frank Spencer 
(Mrs.) xxvi 

Mary R. xxvi 

Sally 263 

Thomas 263 
WITHERELL Witheril With- 
erill 

Bridget 247 

Eunice 266 

George 12 

George Randall 12 

James 223 

John 222 223 246 247 252 
257 

Lucinda 12 

Mary 222 223 246 247 252 

Phebe 246 

Sarah 257 

Thomas 223 

William 222 
WITHERLY Bernice 307 

Blanche Adell 307 

Catherine 307 

Claire Eloise 307 

Dexter Morine 307 

Edward Franklin 307 



WITHERLY cont'd 

Floyd Hmrkl.-y 307 

June Adell 307 

Katharine 307 

Maud 307 

Thomaa Dexter 307 
WOLCOTT Edith May 307 

I .eater Oren .'107 
Wollice a«« Wallace 
WOOD 222 

Abial 95 

Adeline 264 

Carrie m 

Catherine 95 

Daniel 181 190 195 196 222 

Eliaa 195 222 

Enoch 196 

Frederic James 242 

Hannah 181 195 

Hannah Wight 208 

Jabei 208 

James 26 

Jane 259 

Job 195 259 

John 186 

Joseph W. 208 

Leonard 162 266 

Lois 208 Iviii 

Lusina Harrington 12 

Marietta 208 

Marshall William 77 xxx 

Mary 181 195 221 

Mary E. 26 

Mehitable 264 

Molly 181 195 

Nabby 12 

R. A. (Mrs.) xxx 

Sarah 253 

Seth Kimball 208 

8tephen 253 

Sylvanus L. 208 

William lviii lix 
WOODBRIDGE John 285 288 
WOODBURY Lvdia 20 120 
WOODHEP Richard 271 
WOODLIFP Angelett 131 

Anne 131 

Eliiabeth 130 131 

William 131 
WOODMAN Downing (Mrs) 
125 

Elijah Manley lix 

George Henry lix 

Jennie Stetson xxxviii lix 

Susan Merrill lix 
WOODS Abigail 3 

Alice 3 

Deborah 3 

Eleanor 3 

Ellen 3 

Hannah Maria 3 

Harry tee Henry Ernest 

Henry 3 

Henry Elijah tee Henry 
Ernest 

Henry Ernest 3 5 6 7 xxivii 
lxxii 

Henry Thayer 3 

Isaac 3 

Jessie Alice xxviii 

John 118 

Nathaniel 3 

Samson 3 

Samuel 3 
WOODSIDE Ann 103 

Elisabeth 102 

George 105 

James 99 

Jane 103 

John 102 

Mary 104 

Susannah 105 

William 103 
Woodsom tee Woodsum 
WOODSON David 214 



WOODSON eontd 
Elisabeth 214 

J.. a*p h 2 14 
WOODSUM Woodaom 

226 

Abigail 1U2 224 
lumrl 218 258 
Davi.l 214 255 

Elisabeth -'15 227 256 

Hannah 255 266 

Jamea 219 223 

Joanna 223 

John 215 216 217 218 219 

224 226 227 228 
Joseph 215 
Martha 249 
Mary 194 212 216 217 218 

219 224 226 227 228 258 
Mrrcy 250 
Nabby 255 
Samuel 217 
Sarah 224 251 
WOODWARD C. L. 81 
Eliiabeth 18 
Eliiabeth C. 295 
Frank Krneat 16 87 91 160 

321 v vii 
Frederic Eugene 91 
James 91 
Jerusha Baker 90 
John 19 113 
Joaeph W 295 
Julia Huaaey 91 
Laura Ann 19 
Lavinia 91 
Maria Isabel 91 
Minolta 295 
Nellie Clifton 91 
Samuel 91 
Samuel Walter 91 

I rman 295 
Uriah 19 
WOODWORTH Minnie 154 
WORCESTER Wooater Worv 

ter 

216 225 

Alexander 221 260 
Anna 226 253 
Betacy 262 
Betty 230 
Dorcaa 225 261 
Edward xxvi 
Eliiabeth 265 
Eunice 
Esekiel 221 

. a I 222 230 261 263 
Ichabod 216 217 
Iaaac 266 
John 217 219 222 225 226 

227 255 264 
Joshua 221 
Judith 228 
Julia 266 

I^muel 221 250 262 
Lydia 227 
Margaret 214 221 222 230 

256 
Mark 221 261 
Mary C 266 
Mercy 250 261 
MMly 260 

Moaee Remmick 219 
Nabby 264 
Olive 255 263 
Patty 262 

rhihp . 

ly 250 261 
Samuel 216 228 250 262 
Sarah 217 219 226 227 228 

259 
Thomas 221 
WORKMAN Ann 12 
Daniel 12 
Daniel S. 12 



CXXV111 



Index of Persons 



WORKMAN cont'd 

Dorothy 12 

Eliiabeth 12 

Jean 12 

John 12 

Loin 12 

Ix>ran 12 

Martha 12 

Mary 12 

I'hebe 12 

Sarah 12 

William 12 
Worster tee Worcester 
WORTHING Rilla Field 170 
WRIGHT Wright* 

Ml 

Damaria 43 

Elizabeth 153 

Eugene A. 240 

Henry Burt xxx 

Jennett 141 

Joseph 153 

Reuben 311 

Richard 240 

Samantha Betsey xliii 

Samuel xliii 



WRIGHT oooi'd 

Sarah 80 

Sibyl 311 

Tobias Al«»mn<liT 241 
WRIGHTINGTON Albert 88 

Kmma T. 88 

M»rv MS 
WYCKOFP J I^wia 78 xivi 
WYETH John (Mr* ) iivi 

•ruh M xxvi 
WYMAN Wmdey nii 
WYNDESORE Edmund 271 

YEATON Alice 254 
Amy 251 Mi 
Andrew 220 
Dorcat 214 216 219 220 

226 227 228 229 257 
Ehenezer 262 
Elitabeth 188 226 254 
Experience 214 220 227 229 

248 255 
Fortune 257 
Francis 124 188 192 
Jacob 220 
Jane 257 



YEATON eonfd 
Joanna 225 250 
Johanna 262 
John 21ft . 
Marv 2'-'7 229 

Molly A 257 2.59 M0 

Mo~« 115 128 180 185 

I'hilip 179 212 216 219 2M 

225 226 227 228 229 
1-hnieM 219 260 
l'olly 262 
Ui. hard 124 216 220 229 

18 251 259 
Rally 260 
Sarah 229 

YOUNG 94 

Abner 179 
Anna 94 
Hannah 251 
Jonathan 184 
Joshua 94 
Samuel 94 
Sarah 93 
Sarah Ann 21 
William 240 



MISCELLANEOUS 



I 



]ORD Samuel 125 
EB ( ] Mary 199 



INCOMPLETE NAMES 

H f J Betsey 261 
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Historic Genealogical Society, asking for genealogical or other information, to answer 
which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended investigations, it has 
become impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is occupied fully by their regular duties. The officers, 
however, are glad toshelp those seeking information by calling attention to the expert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, engravers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose names are 
given below, as the Society assumes NO responsibility in the matter. 



DIRECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS 



LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

Ashburton Placo, Boston. Mam. 



Genealogist 
Research Work 



Family Trees Prepared 
Terms on Application 



REBECCA DODD 

14 Wales Street, Dorchester. Mam. 



Genealogist 



LUCIA RUSSELL FELLOWS 

30 U Street, 
Salt Lake City, Utah 
Summer Address: Ellsworth, Me. 

Specialist in migrations from New England 
Families Traced Genealogies prepared 



VIRGINIA HALL 

19 West Cedar Street, Boston. Mass. 

MRS. MARY LOVERING HOLM^N 

39 Winsor Avenue, Watertown, Mass 

Genealogist 

Twenty years experience 



MRS. WILLIAM S. KELSEY 

52 Allaton Heights. AllsM District. 
Boston. Map- 

GENEALOGIST 

Connecticut Rese- rcn * Specialty 



MRS. FRANK B. KINGSBURY 

Surry Road. Keene. N M. 

Research work connected with Acw#rth. Aliteed, 
Sullivan. Walpole. Surry. Westmoreland. Keene, 
and other towns in Cheshire Count/, N. H. 
Probate and Land Records copied 

CHARLES THORNIDN LIBBY 
Portland. Me. (J. 8. A. 



Baffling genealogical problems solicited. Manu- 
scripts edited to guar* sgainst spurious or not 
proven descents. Too often a man of means un- 
consciously provides -anancial backing for mere 
family camouflage 



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93 Euc^d Avenue. Springfield. Maes. 

Records o Western Massachusetts and Connect- 
icut: Sprirtffleld. Northampton, Greenfield, North 
Adams, r ittsfield, Great Barrington, and Hart- 
ford. er> m ' me d- 



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Middletown. Conn. 

Connecticut Research a Specialty 

Has genealogical notes on the families of 

Ancient Middletown and copies of over 

Il.ooo gravestone inscriptions in 

Middlesex County 

CHARLES M. THATCHER 

Middleborough. Mi 



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searched for genealogy 

ITas copied over 18.000 cemetery inscriptions 
in Plymouth County 

MRS. SUSAN COTTON TUFTS 

9 Ashburton Place. Boston. Mass. 

GENEALOGIST 

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FLORENCE E. YOUNGS 

fl Weit l'oth Street. New York. N. Y. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 

Large collection of imprinted American and 

European records. Annual tripe abroad 



ENGLISH GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH 



MRS. ELIZABETH (FRENCH) BARTLETT 

■ Life Member of tbe New England Historic Genealogical Society 

Record Searcher for the Committee on English Research of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society, 1008-1917, will resume work in England in the spring of 1920 

Valuable Material regarding English Hornet of American Settler*, and Lists of Passenger* to New England 
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RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

Expert Specialist on English Ancestry of Early Settlers of New England 

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Author of Coe, Newberry, Talbot, Hill, Wilson, Jones, Belcher, and Stone genealogies 

MR. THOS. M. BLAGG 

(Life Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society) 

Honorary General Editor of the "Index Library" (Britiah Record Society), and Chief Editor of Phllli- 

more'i Pariah Pegiater Series, undertake* searches for Private Clients in Ixmdou, 

*.he Provinces. Scotland. Ireland, and elsewhere 

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PRICE LIST, 1920 



THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, established in 1847 and 
yublished quarterly, in January, April, 
ulv, and October. Each number contains 
eighty or more octavo pages of valuable 
and interesting matter concerning the 
History, Antiquities, Genealogy, and 
Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble paper made especially for the Society, 
with an engraved portrait. Complete 
indexes to each volume appear with 
the January number of the following 
year. Subscription, $5.00 per year in 
advance, commencing in January. Cur- 
rent single numbers, $1.00. Supple- 
ment to April number, $1.00. Prices 
of complete sets, odd volumes, and single 
numbers quoted on application. Unobjec- 
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sonable rates. 

Consolidated Index of the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 
1-50. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Consolidated 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 

?;enealogists. and all persons seeking in- 
ormation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited, and their value is constantly 
increasmg. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 

Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FitzGilbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would be practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, at Somerset House, 
London, England. Register Soame, 1620. 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 1366 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

$6.00 

Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 
1773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 

Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 
from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 
65 pages, $1.00 



Research in England. An essay to aid the 
student. Lea. 1905. 36 pages. $1.00 

VITAL RECORDS 

Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Deaths recorded in 
towns in Massachusetts, from their found- 
ing to the year 1850, taken from the 
original records of the town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paper made 
especially for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. These books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who lived in these towns. 

Published by the N. E. Hist. Gen. Society: 

Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pages. $S00 

Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .75 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Becket, 1903. 98 pages. 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.75 

Bellingham, 1904. 222 pages. 2.75 

Biilerica, 1908. 405 pages. 5.25 
Bridgewater, 1916. 2 vols., 948 pagcs.12 . 00 

Brockton, 1911. 371 pages, 4.75 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 2.25 

Charlemont, 1917. 166 pages. 2.25 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages, 3.25 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 pages. 1.25 

Dal ton, 1906. 82 pages. 1.25 

Dover, 1908. 107 pages. 1.50 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pages. 4.00 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pages. 5.75 
E. Bridgewater, 1917. 406 pages. 5.25 

Edgartown, 1906. 276 pages. 3.50 

Foxborough, 1911. 249 pages. 3.25 

Gill, 1904. 97 pages. 1.25 

Granville, 1914. 236 pages. 3.00 

Gr. Barrington, 1904. S9 pages. 1.25 

Greenfield, 1915. 299 pages. 3.75 

Hanson, 1911. 110 pages. 1.50 

Heath, 1915. 142 pages. 1.75 

Hinsdale, 1902. 98 pages, 1.25 

Hollis'ton, 1908. 358 pages. 4.50 

Hopkinton, 1911. 462 pages. 6.00 

Kingston, 1911. 3% pages. 5.00 

Lee, 1903. 239 pages. 3.00 

Lincoln, 1908. 179 pages. 2 25 

Medficld, 1903. 243 pages, 3.25 

Medford, 1907. 469 pages. 6.00 

Med way, 1905. 345 pages. 4.50 

Middlefield, 1907. 138 pages. 1.75 

Montgomery, 1902. 66 pages. 1 50 

New Ashford, 1916. 43 pages. 1.00 

New Braintree, 1904. 163 pages. 2 25 

Newton, 1905. 521 pages. 6.50 

Norton, 1906. 405 pages. i.25 

Palmer, 1905. 242 pages. 3.00 



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Pelham, 1902. 177 pages. 
Pembroke, 1911. 465 pages. 
Peru, 1902. 112 pages. 
Richmond, 1913. 113 pages. 
Rochester, 1914. 2 vols., 768 pages. 
Scituate, 1909. 2 vols., 909 pages. 
Shirley, 1918. 211 pages. 
Stow, 1911. 270 pages. 
Sturbridge, 1906. 393 pages. 



Sudbury, 1903 
Tisburv, IS 
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332 pages. 
244 pages. 



Tisburv, 1910. *.-*-* r «*^. 

1903. 108 pages. 
:t02. 216 pages. 
Waltham, 1904. 298 pages. 



Tyringham, 1903. 108 page 
Walpole, 1902. 216 pages. 
Waltham, 1904. 298 pages. 
Washington, 1904. 57 pages 



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Washington, 1904. 57 pages. 
Way land, 1910. 160 pages. 
W. Bridgewater, 1911. 222 pages. 
W. Stockbridge, 1907. 115 pages. 
Westport, 1918. 296 pages. 
Weymouth, 1910. 2 vols., 735 pages. 
Williamstown, 1907. 173 pages. 
Windsor, 1917. 153 pages. 
Worthington, 1911. 159 pages. 2.00 

Published by Thomas W. Baldwin: 9 

Boxborough, 1915. 78 pages. $1.25 

Burlington, 1915. 100 pages. 1.25 

Cambridge, 1914 and 1915. 2 vols., 

1742 pages. 20.00 

Chelsea, 1916. 558 pages. 
Cohasset, 1916. 237 pages. 
Framingham, 1911. 474 pages. 
Hull, 1911. 75 pages. 
Natick, 1910. 249 pages. 
Northbridge, 1916. 202 pages. 
Reading, 1912. 5S6 pages. 
Sherborn, 1911. 229 pages. 
Uxbridge, 1916. 420 pages. 
Wakefield, 1912.' 341 pages. 
Wrenthain, 1910. Vol. 1 (Births) 

only, 237 pages. 3.00 

Published by the Tops field Hist. Society:* 

Amesbury, 1913. 600 pages. $6.25 

Andover, 1912. 2 vols., 966 pages. 10.00 
Beverly, 1906 and 1907. 2 vols., 

1027 pages. 
Boxford, 1905. 274 pages. 
Bradford, 1907. 373 pages. 
Haverhill, 1910 and 1911. 2 vols., 

827 pages. 
Methuen, 1909. 345 pages. 
Middleton, 1904. 143 pages. 
Salisbury, 1915. 636 pages. 
Topsfield (to 1900), 1903 and 1916. 

2 vols., 509 pages. '5 50 

•Only a limited number of the book* of these 
publishers are available; some axe entirely out of 
print. 

BIOGRAPHIES 
Memorial Biographies of Deceased 
Members of the New England Historic 



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previous to IK'.*). This series of volumes 
is replete with historic and biographic lore, 
of constantly increasing value — great 
pains having been taken to make the 
memoirs complete and accurate. Only a 
Bmall edition is printed. Vols. 1-3. $3.00 
each; vols. 4 and 5, $2.00 each; vols. 6-9, 
$1.00 each. Complete set, $15.00. 

Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
vidson, a Maine pioneer. Johnson. 1916. 
16 pages. $0.75 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
sign, LL.B. Ensign. 1918. 10 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0 50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
A.B. Edmonds. 1917. 9 pages, with 
portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
min Sanborn, A.B. Sanborn. 1917. 7 
pages, with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 
Tucker. Shepard. 1868. 384 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitiGilbert 
Waters, A.M. Hoamcr. 1914. 17 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

GENEALOGIES 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Park.-r. 1894. J 12 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John 1 Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1 50 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1640, 
and his descendants. Baldwin. 1915. 
420 pages. Illus. Folding geneaJ. 
tab. Cloth. $8.00 

Batchelder. Batchcldcr, Batchellcr gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bachiler of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henry, Joshua, and John 
BatchcUer of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1898. 623 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of \Vovmouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2 00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1906. 32 pages, $1 50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 20 
pages. $0 75 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Ben to .i. 1906. 92 paces. 
Cloth. $3.00 



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By the Treasurer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



Blake. Increase Blake of Boston, hia an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 1904. 
20 pages. 11.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. U. Cotton. 1905. 26 
pages. $1.25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. $0 . 50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cushman, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. 665 pages. Half 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67 pages. $1.50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1633. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 pages. $0.50 

Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 nages. $3.00 

Do Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. $0.75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
348 pages. Cloth. $5 . 00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. $0.75 

Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Had ley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel Felton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. $3.00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors m Mass., R. I., N. Y., N. J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2, 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1906. 13 pages. $0.75 



Floyd. The Floyd family of Rumney 
Marsh, Mass. Floyd. 1909. 15 
pages. 10.71 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Reg- 
inald Foster, an early inhabitant of 
Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1081 
pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. $0.75 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. $0 75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. . $0.50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson. 
1876. 266 pages. Cloth. $2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
cestry of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, 
Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

$1 00 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. $0.75 

Harris. Robert Harris and hia descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metcalf families. Harris. 1S61. 56 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
cut Harrisons. Corbin. 1916. 20 
pages. $1.00 

Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1S93. 
5 pages. $0.50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Harr- 
iett. 1904. 22 pages. $1.00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills, emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hills. 
148 pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Harden. 1916. 

11 + 192 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
xluntoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Huntoon. 1S81. 113 
pages. $1.00 

Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lot t. 190S. 33 pages. $1.50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard Kimber 
of Grove, near Wantage, Berkshire, 
Eng. Kimber. 1S94. 76 pages. $2.00 



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Lakin. The Lakin family of Groton, Mass. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. 
Lawrence. 1888. 215 pages. Cloth. 

$3.50 

Lay. The descendants of Robert Lay of 
Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1908. 13 
pages. $0 . 75 

Levet. Thomas Levet of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. H., with notes on the 
English and American families of 
Levett and Leavitt. Sanborn. 1913. 

21 pages. $1.00 
Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
port, R. I., end his descendants. 
Eno. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Livermore. The Livermore family of 
America. Thwing. 1902. 479 pages. 
Cloth. $5.00 

Luddington. William Luddington of Mai- 
den, Mass., and East Haven, Conn., 
and his descendants. Shepard. 1904. 
13 pages. $0.75 

Manning and Whitfield. Notes on the 
Manning family of co. Kent, Eng., 
with additional notes on the Waters, 
Proctor, and Whitfield families. Wa- 
ters. 1897. 35 pages. $1.00 

Moore. Some descendants of John 
Moore of Sudbury. Bolton. 1904. 

22 pages. $1.00 
Oak. Family register of Nathaniel Oak 

of Marlborough, Mass. Oak. 1906. 
84 pages. $1.00 

Page. Table showing ancestors and de- 
scendants of Nathaniel Page (1742- 
1819) of Bedford, Mass. Chart. 
1899. $1.00 

Palmer. Some descendants of William 
Palmer of Watertown, Mass., and 
Hampton, N. H. Palmer. 1914. 
4 pages. $0.50 

Parish. John Parish of Groton, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Parish. 
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Owing to the large number of letters received by the officers of the New England 
Historic Genealogical Society, asking for genealogical or other information, to answer 
which satisfactorily would in many cases require extended investigations, it has 
become impossible for them to give personal attention to such inquiries, nor is 
it practicable to refer these letters to any of the assistants in the employ of the 
Society, because their time is occupied fully by their regular duties. The officers, 
however, are glad to help those seeking information by calling attention to the expert 
services of the genealogists, book dealers, printers and publishers, engravers and 
photographers, manufacturers of paper, etc., who advertise in the following pages. 
Inquirers should make their own business arrangements with those whose names are 
given below, as the Society assumes NO responsibility in the matter. 

DIRECTORY OF GENEALOGISTS 



LAWRENCE BRAINERD 

Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



.Genealogist 
Research Work 



Family Trees Prepared 
Terms on Application 




;, WILLIAM BRADFORD BROWNE 

Box 432, North Adams. Mass. 

. Historical and genealogical research, especially 
In. Northern Berkshire and Eastern New York. 
Large collection of data from Plymouth and Bris- 
tol Counties and Northern Rhode Island. 

s is the year to prove your Mayflower lineage. 



EORGE WALTER CHAMBERLAIN 



29 Hillside Avenue, Maiden, Mass. 

Will compile and edit Genealogies 

at reasonable rates 

Try him 



REBECCA DODD 

14 Wales Street. Dorchester, Miuw. 



Genealogist 



LUCIA RUSSELL FELLOWS 






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30 U Street. 
Salt Lake City. Utah 
Summer Address: Ellsworth. Me. 

Specialist in migrations from New England 
Families Traced Genealogies prepared 



VIRGINIA HALL 



19 West Cedar Street, Boston, Mass. 



MRS. MARY LOVERING HOLMAN 

39 Winaor Avenue, Watertown, Mass. 

Genealogist 

Twenty years experience 

MRS. WILLIAM S. KELSEY 

52 AlUton Heights. Allston District. 
Boston, Mass. 

GENEAXOGIST 

Connecticut Research a Specialty 

MRS. FRANK B. KINGSBURY 

Surry Road, Keene. N. H. 

Research work connected with Acworth. Alstead, 
Sullivan, Walpole, Surry. Westmoreland. Keene, 
and other towns in Cheshire County, N. H. 

Probate and Land Records copied 

CHARLES THORNTON LIBBY 

Portland. Me.. D. 8. A. 

Baffling genealogical problems solicited. Manu- 
scripts edited to guard against spurious or not 
proven descents. Too often a man of means un- 
consciously provides financial backing for mere 
family camouflage. 

MRS. JESSIE A. PORTER 

95 Euclid Avenue. Springfield, Mass. 

Records of Western Massachusetts and Connect- 
icut: Springfield, Northampton, Greenfield, North 
Adams, Pittsfield, Great Barrington, and Hart- 
ford, examined. 

FRANK FARNSWORTH STARR 

Middletown. Conn. 

Connecticut Research a Specialty 

Hss genealogical notes on the families of 

Ancient Middletown and copies of over 

11,000 gravestone inscriptions in 

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CHARLES M. THATCHER 

Middlehorough. Mi 



Town, County, or State Records. Wills and Deeds 
searched for genealogy 

Has copied over 18,000 cemetery inscriptions 
in Plymouth County 



MISS EDITH MAY TILLEY 

. Newport. R. I. 



MRS. SUSAN COTTON TUFTS 

Ashburton PI »/■#■. Boston. Maaa. 

GENEALOGIST 

Former Genealogist of the Msssachusetts 
Society of Colonuil Dime* 



FLORENCE E. YOUNGS 

5 Weat 10th Street. New York. N. Y. 

Specialist in migrations from New England. 

Large collection of unprinted American and 

European records. Annual trips abroad 



ENGLISH GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH 



MRS. ELIZABETH (FRENCH) BARTLETT 

Life Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society 
Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania 

Record Searcher for the Committee on English Research of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society, 1908-1917, has resumed work in England for private clients only. 

Valuable MS. Collections regarding English Homes of American Settlers 'hitherto unknown). Lists of 
Passengers to New England (1635-1637). Colonial Soldiers, and Prisoner* in the War of 1812 — all vnpnnUd 

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J. GARDNER BARTLETT 
Life Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society 

RESEARCH IN ENGLAND 

Expert Specialist on English Ancestry of Early Settlers of New England 
9 ASHBURTON PLACE, BOSTON, and 118 CHANCERY LANE. LONDON 

Author of Coe, Newberry, Talbot, Hill, Wilson, Jones, Belcher, and Stone genealogies 

MR. THOS. M. BLAGG 

(Life Member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society) 

Honorary General Editor of the "Index Library" (British Record Society), and Chief Editor of Philli- 

more's Pariah Register Serica. undertakes searches for Privste Clients in London. 

the Provinces. Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere 

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Historical and Genealogical Books 
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92 Exchange Street. Portland. Me. 

Genealogy, Americana, and 
Books on Maine 



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Genealogies and Americana 

Catalogues sent upon requeat 

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By the Treasurer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society 
9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



PRICE LIST, 1920 



THE REGISTER 

The New England Historical and Gene- 
alogical Register, established in IS 17 and 
published quarterly, in January, April, 
July, and October. Kach number contain** 
eighty or more octavo pages of valuable 
and interesting matter concerning the 
History, Antiquities, Genealogy, and 
Biography of America, printed on dura- 
ble paper made especially for the Society, 
with an engraved portrait. Complete 
indexes to each volume appear with 
the January number of the following 
year. Subscription, $5.00 per year in 
advance, commencing in January. Cur- 
rent single numbers, $1.00. Supple- 
ment to April number, $1.00. Prices 
of complete sets, odd volumes, and single 
numbers quoted on application. Unobjec- 
tionable advertisements accepted at rea- 
sonable rates. 

Consolidated Index of the New England 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. 
1-50. Index of Persons (A to Z), Index of 
Subjects, and Index of Places. Price for 
the complete work, bound in cloth, 4 vols., 
$100. 

The Register with its Consolidated 
Index is indispensable to family historians, 
genealogists, and all persons seeking in- 
formation about American families. The 
number of complete sets in existence is 
limited, and their value is constantly 
increasing. 

ENGLISH RESEARCH 

Genealogical Gleanings in England, by 
Henry FitzGilbert Waters, A.M. These 
Gleanings abound in clues, which, if prop- 
erly followed up, will enable the geneal- 
ogist to pursue in the mother country 
investigations which without such aid 
would oe practically impossible. 2 vols., 
1643 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury, at Somerset House, 
London. England. Register Soame, 1620. 
The volume contains, in 607 pages, 1366 
wills, comprising about 40,000 names of 
persons and over 10,000 names of places. 

$6.00 

Emigrants. Emigrants from England, 

1773-1776. 1913. 206 pages. $4.00 

Emigrants. List of Emigrants to America 
from Liverpool, 1697-1707. 1913. 
55 pages. $1.00 



Research in England. An essay to aid the 
student. Lea. 1906. 30 pages. $1 00 

VITAL RECORDS 

Massachusetts Vital Records. The 
Births, Marriages, and Dcatlia recorded in 
towns in Massachusetts, from their found- 
ing to the year 1850, taken from the 
original records of the town, arranged in 
alphabetical order, printed on paper made 
especially for the Society, and bound in 
cloth. These books are most useful to 
those seeking genealogical information 
about ancestors who lived in these towns. 

Published by the N. E. Hist. (Jen. Society: 

Abington, 1912. 2 vols., 632 pages. $8.00 

Alford, 1902. 32 pages. .75 

Arlington, 1904. 162 pages. 2.25 

Beckct, 1903. 98 pages. * 1.25 

Bedford, 1903. 142 pages. 1.75 

Bellingham, 1904. 222 pages. 2.75 

Billerica, 1908. 405 pages. 5.25 

Bridgewater, 1916. 2 vols., 948 pagea.12 . 00 

Brockton, 1911. 371 pages. 

Carver, 1911. 179 pages. 

Charlemont, 1917. 166 pages. 

Chester, 1911. 255 pages. 

Chilmark, 1904. 96 pages. 

Dalton, 1906. 82 pages. 

Dover, 1908. 107 pages. 

Dracut, 1907. 302 pages. 

Duxbury, 1911. 446 pages. 

E. Bridgewater, 1917. 406 pages. 

Edgartown, 1906. 276 pages. 

Foxborough, 1911. 249 pages. 

Gill, 1904. 97 pages. 

Granville, 1914. 236 pages. 

Gr. Barrington, 1904. 89 pages. 

Greeniield, 1915. 299 pages. 

Hanson, 1911. 110 pages. 

Heath, 1915. 142 pages. 

Hinsdale, 1902. 98 pages. 

Holliston, 1908. 358 pages. 

Hopkinton, 1911. 462 pages. 

Kingston, 1911. 396 pages. 

Lee, 1903. 239 pages. 

Lincoln, 190S. 179 pages. 

Medfield, 1903. 243 pages. 

Medford, 1907. 469 pages. , 

Med way, 1905. 345 pages. 

Middlefield, 1907. 138 pages. 

Montgomery, 1902. 66 pages. 

New Ashford, 1916. 43 pages. 

New Braintree, 1904. 163 pages. 

Newton, 1905. 521 pages. 

Norton, 1906. 405 pages. 

Palmer, 1905. 242 pages. 



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Pelham, 1902. 



177 pages. 
■105 pages. 



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Pembroke, 11)11. 405 p 

Peru, 1MB. 112 pages. 

Richmond, 1913. 113 pages. 1.50 

Rochester, 1914. 2 vols., 70S pages. 9 75 

Scituatc, 1909. 2 vols., 909 page*. 1 1 . 60 

Shirley, 1918. 211 pages. 2.75 



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Shirley, 1918. 211 pages. 
Stow, 1911. 270 pages. 
Sturbridgc, 1900. 393 pages. 
Sudbury, 1903. 332 pages. 
Tiabury, 1910. 244 pages. 
Tyringharn, 1903. 108 pages. 
Walpole, 1902. 210 pages. 
Waltham, 1904. 298 pages. 
Washington, 1904. 57 pages. 
Wayland, 1910. 100 pages. 2.25 

W. Bridgewater, 1911. 222 pages. 3.00 
W. Stockbridgc, 1907. 115 pages. 1.50 
Wcstport, 1918. 290 pages. 3.75 

Weymouth, 1910. 2 vols., 735 pages. 9.25 
Williamstown, 1907. 173 pages. 2.25 
Windsor, 1917. 153 pages. 2.00 

Worthington, 1911. 159 pages. 2.00 

Published by Thomas \Y . Baldwin:* 

Boxborough, 1915. 78 pages. $1.25 

Burlington, 1915. 100 pages. 1.25 

Cambridge, 1914 and 1915. 2 vols., 

1742 pages. 20.00 

Chelsea, 1910. 558 pages. 7.00 

Cohasset, 1910. 237 pages. 3.25 

Framingham, 1911. 474 pages. 0.00 

Hull, 1911. 75 pages. 
Natick, 1910. 249 pages. 
Northbridge, 1910. 202 pages. 
Reading, 1912. 5SG pages. 
Sherborn, 1911. 229 pages. 
Uxbridge, 1910. 420 pages. 
Wakefield, 1912. 341 pages. 4.5( 

Wrentham, 1910. Vol. 1 (Births) 

only, 237 pages. 3.0( 

Published by Vie Tops field Hist. Society* 

Amesbury, 1913. GOO pages. $0.25 
Andover, 1912. 2 vols., 900 pages. 10.00 

Beverly, 1900 and 1907. 2 vols., 

1027 pages. 10.75 

Boxford, 1905. 274 pages. 3.00 

Bradford, 1907. 373 pages. 4.00 

Haverhill, 1910 and 1911. 2 vols., 

827 pages. 8.75 

Methuen, 1909. 345 pages. 3 . 75 

Middleton, 1904. 143 pages. 1.00 

Salisbury, 1915. 030 pages. 7.50 

Topsfield (to 1900), 1903 and 1910. 

2 vols., 509 pages. 5.50 

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print. 

BIOGRAPHIES 

Memorial Biographies of Deceased 
Members of the New England Historic 



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Genealogical Society, Vols. 1-9, con- 
taining memoirs of members who died 
previous to 1890. This series of volumes 
is replete with historic and biographic lore, 
of constantly increasing value — great 
pains having been taken to make the 
memoirs complete and accurate. Only a 
small edition is printed. Vols. 1-3, $3.00 
each; vols. 4 ana 5, $2.00 each; vols. 6-9, 
$1.00 each. Complete set, $15.00. 

Davidson. Reminiscences of John Da- 
vidson, a Maine pioneer. Johnson. 1916. 
10 pages. $0.75 

Ensign. Memoir of Charles Sidney En- 
sign, LL.B. Ensign. 1918. 10 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Gay. Memoir of Frederick Lewis Gay, 
A.B. Edmonds. 1917. 9 pages, with 
portrait and autograph. $0.50 

Sanborn. Memoir of Franklin Benja- 
min Sanborn, A.B. Sanborn. 1917. 7 
pages, with portrait and autograph. $0 . 50 

Standish. Graves of Myles Standish. 
Huiginn. 1914. 218 pages. Cloth. $1.50 

Tucker. Life of Commodore Samuel 

Tucker. Shepard. 1808. 384 pages. 

Cloth. $3.00 

Waters. Memoir of Henry FitzGilbert 
Waters, A.M. llosmer. 1914. 17 pages, 
with portrait and autograph. $0.50 

GENEALOGIES 

Ainsworth. Ainsworth families in Amer- 
ica. Parker. 1894. 212 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Andrews. John* Andrews of Ipswich, 
Mass., and Norwich, Conn., and some 
of his descendants. Goodell. 1916. 
30 pages. $1.50 

Bacon. Michael Bacon of Dedham, 1640, 
and his descendants. Baldwin. 1915. 
420 pages. Illus. Folding geneal. 
tab. Cloth. $8.00 

Batchelder. Batchelder, Batcheller gene- 
alogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen 
Bachilcr of New Hampton, N. H., and 
Joseph, Henry, Joshua, and John 
Batcheller of Essex Co., Mass. Pierce. 
1898. 623 pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Bates. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Edward Bates of Weymouth, Mass. 
Bates. 143 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Belcher. The Belcher families in New Eng- 
land. Bartlett. 1906. 32 pages. $1.50 

Belknap. The English ancestry of Abra- 
ham Belknap. Belknap. 1914. 20 
pages. $0 . 75 

Benton. Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop, 
their ancestors and their descend- 
ants. Benton. 1906. 92 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 



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By the Treasurer of the N. E. Historic Genealogical Society 

9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass. 



Blake. Increa/90 Blake of Bom ton, hia an- 
cestors and descendants. Blake. 1898. 
147 pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Brooks. The Brooks family of Woburn, 
Mass. Cutter and Loring. 11)04. 
20 pages . $1.00 

Cotton. The Cotton family of Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Cotton. 1905. 26 
pages. $1.25 

Curtis. The family of Henry Curtis of 
Sudbury, Mass. Woods. 1907. 10 
pages. $0.50 

Cushman. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Robert Cusnman, the Puritan. 
Cushman. 1855. 665 pages. Half 
mor. $10.00 

Cutter. Supplement to the history of the 
Cutter family of New England. Cutter. 
1875. 67 pages. $1.50 

Dam. Some descendants of Deacon John 
Dam of Dover, N. H., 1633. Scales. 
1911. 14 pages. $0.75 

Darby-Derby. John Darby of Marblehead, 
Mass., and his descendants. Five gen- 
erations. Derby. 7 pages. $0.50 

Davis. Dolor Davis. A sketch of his 
life with a record of his earlier de- 
scendants. With supplement. Davis. 
1881. 46 pages. $3.00 

De Blois. De Blois family of Boston. 
Eaton. 1913. 15 pages. $0.75 

Dewing. Descendants of Andrew Dewing 
of Dedham, Mass. Dewing. 1904. 
165 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Dodge. The descendants of Tristram 
Dodge. Woodward. 1904. 233 
pages. Cloth. $5 . 00 

Dows (Dowse). The Dows or Dowse 
family in America. Dows. 1890. 
348 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Eames. Robert Eames of Woburn, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Loring. 
1908. 17 pages. $0.75 

Eastman. History and genealogy of 
Deacon Joseph Eastman of Iiadley, 
Mass. Eastman. 1908. 262 pages. 
Cloth. $3.00 

Felton. A genealogical history of the 
Felton family: descendants of Lieut. 
Nathaniel I el ton of Salem. Felton. 
1886. 260 pages. $3.00 

Field. Record of the Field family in 
America prior to 1700. Emigrant 
ancestors in Mass., R. I., N. Y., N. J., 
N. H., and Va. Descendants of the 
English branch whose ancestor was 
from Alsace-Lorraine. Pierce. Vol. 2. 
1901. 1196 pages. Cloth. $15.00 

Finney. The Finney family of Bristol, 
R.I. Clark. 1906. 13 pages. $0.75 



Floyd. Tho Floyd family of Rumney 
Marsh, Mass. Ployd. 1909. 15 
P«M?«j- $0.75 

Foster. Record of the posterity of Reg- 
inald Foster, an early inhabitant of 
Ipswich, Mass. Pierce. 1899. 1081 
pages. Cloth. $10.00 

Gage. Some descendants of John Gage 
of Ipswich, Mass. Gage. 1908. 
12 pages. $0.75 

Gerrish. The Gerrish family of Boston 
(Family of Capt. John Gerrish). 
Eaton. 1913. 11 pages. $0 75 

Getchell. The family of Samuel Getchell 
of Salisbury, Mass. Getchell. 1909. 

10 pages. $0.50 
Gillson or Jillson. Genealogy of the 

Gillson and Jillson family. Jillson 
1876. 266pag«i. Cloth. $2.50 

Grosvenor. The English Home and An- 
cestry of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, 
Mass. Kent. 1918. 13 pages. 

$1.00 

Hale. The Hale family of Connecticut. 
Morris. 1907. 13 pages. $0 75 

Harris. Robert Harris and his descend- 
ants, with notices of the Morey and 
Metcalf families. Harris. 1861. 56 
pages. Cloth. $2.00 

Harrison. Five generations of Connecti- 
cut Harrisons. Corbin. 1916. 20 
pages. $1.00 

Haynes and Noyes. Descendants of 
Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes 
of Sudbury, Mass. Newell. 1893. 
5 pages. $o . 50 

Hill. John Hill of Dorchester, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1904. 22 pages. $1.00 

Hills. Ancestry and descendants of Wil- 
liam Hills emigrant in 1632, and of 
Joseph Hills, emigrant in 1638. Hil\3. 
148 pages. $3.00 

Holmes. The descendants of George 
Holmes of Roxbury, Mass., and John 
Holmes of Woodstock, Conn. Gray. 
432 pages. Cloth. $5.00 

Huckins. Huckins family: Robert Huckins 
of the Dover Combination and some 
of his descendants. Hardon. 1916 

11 +192 pages. Cloth. $6.50 
Huntoon. Philip Hunton and his de- 
scendants. Huntoon. 1n31. 113 
pages. $1.00 

Jones. Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., 
and some of his descendants. Bart- 
lett. 1908. 33 pages. $1.50 

Kimber. Descendants of Richard Kimber 
of Grove, near Wantage, Berkshire, 
Eng. Kimber. 1894. 76 pages. $2.00 



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Lakin. The I Akin family of Groton, Moss. 
Manning. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Lawrence. Historical sketches of some 
members of the Lawrence family. 
Lawrence. 1888. 215 pages. (Moth. 

18 60 

Lay. The descendants of Robert I>ay of 
Saybrook, Conn. Hill. 1 90S. 13 
pages. 10.78 

Levet. Thomas Ixjvet of Exeter and 
Hampton, N. II., with notes on the 
English and American families of 
Lcvett and Iieavitt. Sanborn. L913. 

21 pages. $1.00 
Lillibridge. Thomas Lillibridge of New- 
port, R. I., and his descendants. 
Eno. 1909. 11 pages. $0.75 

Livermore. The Livermore family of 
America. Thwing. 1902. 47 ( J pag« M 
Cloth. $5 00 

Luddington. William Luddington of Mai- 
den, Mass., and East Haven, Conn., 
and his descendants. Shepard. 1904. 
13 pages. $0.75 

Manning and Whitfield. Notes on the 
Manning family of co. Kent, Bag., 
with additional notes on the Waters, 
Proctor, and Whitfield families. Wa- 
ters. 1897. 35 pages. $1.00 

Moore. Some descendants of John 
Moore of Sudbury. Bolton. 1904. 

22 pages. $1.00 
Oak. Fanr'v register of Nathaniel Oak 

of Marlborough, Mass. Oak 1900. 
84 pages. $1.00 

Page. Table showing ancestors and de- 
scendants of Nathaniel Page (1742- 
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Palmer. Some descendants of William 
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Savage. Major Thomas Savage of Boh ton 
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Seymour. The English home and ances- 
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Sherburne. Some descendants of Henry 
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Stan wood. A history of the Stan wood 
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Stebbins. A genealogy of the Stebbins 
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Sumner. Record of the descendants 
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